We amplify image and voice awareness using curated public affairs and journalism for people of the African Diaspora.
Remember the past, drive community equity, and build generational wealth to sustain culture stewards.
The 1619 landing of the first enslaved Africans at the English settlement in Fort Monroe, present-day Hampton, Virginia.
In the quiet solemnity, we acknowledge, and remember those who are in endless sleep from their journey.
We rejoice, look back on the progress, and renew our energy to move forward in freedom's quest for all.
We gather to give thanks for the favor that comes from our labor and praise for what the earth gives us to sustain life.
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Parliament ends the Royal monopoly on the African slave trade
The African American Heritage Association of Virginia's vision is to cultivate and elevate awareness of African American Heritage through the collaboration of community members.
Remember The Past, Drive Community Equity and Build Generational Wealth to Sustain Culture Stewards.
AAHA VA is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) cultural heritage publisher in Richmond, Virginia. Our editorial, information content, and services send a positive message that targets the African Diaspora and multicultural communities globally. We embrace strategic partnerships with those who see value in our vision for generational wealth.