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Moton Legacy Award

Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder, center, was presented the Robert Russa Moton Legacy Award for his service to Virginia during a Black History Month celebration on Feb. 22 at Holly Knoll in Gloucester. Kay Coles James, second from right, who is the founder of event, host of Gloucester Institute and Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s Secretary of the Commonwealth, presented him with the honor. Other special guests at the luncheon included, at left, Drs. Javaune Adams-Gaston (president of Norfolk State University) and William R. Harvey (president of Hampton University) and, at far right, former Gov. George Allen. Wilder was elected to the Senate of Virginia in 1969 and served in that legislative body until he was elected lieutenant governor in 1985. Four years later, he was elected Virginia’s 66th governor.

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