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VMI to Honor Controversial Former Leader

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General J. H. Binford Peay III has a complicated legacy at Virginia Military Institute. After 17 years as superintendent, Peay resigned in 2020 under scrutiny amid an investigation that would reveal damning details about VMI’s culture. But now, with the embers of scandal still hot, Peay is set to receive the New Market Medal, VMI’s highest honor, at an event in November.

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Still On the Case, Because the Times Demand It

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Organ Thieves by Chip Jones, a former Richmond Times-Dispatch reporter refreshes our memory and reintroduces to a new generation L. Douglas Wilder, known primarily to many as the first Black to win statewide office as Lieutenant Governor; the nation’s first elected Black Governor; and Richmond’s first popularly elected Mayor.

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Indo-American Green School Network: Green Mentors’ Virendra Rawat to introduce IAGSN at UNGA

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Green Mentors, a company based in India that offers solutions for responsible education and has special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations, is going to hold its 1st Conference on Responsible Education at the 6th NYC Green School Conference -2022 in the United States on September 24, 2022.

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