Op-Ed: Moton, Longwood leaders announce affiliation, first scholarship winner

Moton Council Chair Dorothy Holcomb, Moton Board of Trustees and Council member Joy Cabarrus Speakes, and Longwood University President Taylor Reveley authored an opinion piece in the July 8, 2015 edition of the Farmville Herald announcing the finalization of the partnership between the Museum and the University.  They also announced the first winner of the Moton Legacy scholarship.  Read the full announcement here.

Text of Covenant between Moton Museum and Longwood.

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