ALL Alexandria means each and every resident thrives in our historic, vibrant and diverse city.
ALL Races, Religions, Countries of Origin, Sexual Orientations, Ages, Genders and Abilities
Alexandria is a caring, kind, compassionate, fair, just, and equitable city that is an affordable, livable community for ALL.
Reduce and eliminate disparities and inequities experienced by ALL Alexandria residents, especially residents of color and those that have been historically and systemically marginalized.
Upcoming Related Events and Opportunities
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Events at the Alexandria Library
Throughout the year, the Alexandria Library hosts a wide range of events for all ages related to equity, diversity and inclusion. Access their online calendar, which can be filtered by timeframe and subject.
Recent Events & News
Agenda Alexandria: Advancing a New Conversation on Race, Equity, and Inclusion
What do we as a community need to understand about diversity, equity, and inclusion to engage in better conversation? From an educational perspective, what do important terms such as allyship, racial justice, and microagressions mean? Agenda: Alexandria recently facilitated a conversation with local and national leaders on what it will take to advance a new dialogue and new action on race, equity, and inclusion. Panelists included Bernadette Onyenaka, MS, MPM, Principal & Co-Founder, O&G Racial Equity Collaborative; Jaqueline Tucker, the City of Alexandria's first Race and Social Equity Officer; and Sara VanderGoot, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and Registered Yoga Teacher (e-RYT 200, RYT 500) Co-Owner of Mind The Matt.
A Converation with Civil Rights Attorney Philip Hirschkop
Sponsored by the Alexandria Community Remembrance Project, this conversation with Civil Rights Attorney Philip Hirschkop about the Loving Case and his groundbreaking legal career will inspire you. He is interviewed by Jean Kelleher, Director of the Office on Human Rights. Mr. Hirschkop also answers questions about his Supreme Court cases, his work on prison reform, and he remembers some of his past clients who have included Martin Luther King, Jr., H. Rap Brown, Norman Mailer and the America Nazi Party.