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HBCU Digest After Dark Podcast @ HBCU Digest Podcast Network
Jan 8 all-day

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Check out the HBCU Digest Podcast. Author Wilma Jones discusses her latest book ‘My Halls Hill Family,’ and the value of HBCUs in the evolution of one black community in Northern Virginia.


APS Desegregation: A 60th Anniversary Tribute @ Stratford Middle School (Soon to be Dorothy Hamm Middle School)
Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Arlington Public Schools: A 60th Anniversary Tribute

Honoring the Past, Envisioning the Future

Join the Arlington community to hear the story of integration from the students who experienced it, including my brother, Michael G. Jones. The Arlington County Board Chair, Christian Dorsey will speak about “moving forward” after this recognition and where we go next as a community.

My Halls Hill Family: More Than a Neighborhood books will be for sale from 6-6:30p prior to the program and again from 7:30-8p and books can be personally signed.

Hope to see you there!


27th Annual Feel the Heritage Festival Exhibit @ Charles Drew Community Center
Feb 23 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
27th Annual Feel the Heritage Festival
Exhibit, book sales and signing
Charles Drew Community Center
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About Wilma Jones
About Wilma Jones

Wilma Jones is an author, speaker and the CEO of Wilma J, LLC, a business consulting company. Wilma teaches people the tools to develop a positive mindset in order to accomplish more both professionally and personally. She’s dynamic, funny, insightful and for real.

About is a virtual space for people who want to reminisce, connect, collaborate, share and smile as they read, see and experience the magic of the Halls Hill neighborhood. The book, My Halls Hill Family centers on my family and our experience on Halls Hill from the early 1900’s through the 1960’s. Halls Hill really was more than a neighborhood.

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