12th Annual Black History Month Lecture: A Century of Strides: African-American Girl Scouts and the Pursuit of Equality in Virginia
A lecture to discuss Black History Month was held on Feb 4th at the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts in Richmond. Viola O. Baskerville, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and long involved in elective politics at the city and state levels, talked about African-American involvement in Virginia Girl Scouting throughout the organization's 100-year history. She focused on the important work of Scout leaders from Richmond, Norfolk, Fredericksburg and beyond.
See below for a video of the lecture: