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Civil Rights pioneer Oliver Hill remembered 

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Civil Rights icon Oliver Hill died Sunday morning at his Richmond home. Hill, 100, was a tireless fighter for justice and equality. Style Weekly's coverage of Hill's life and legacy continues in the coming days.

One man's vision of a new world helped change Richmond -- and the country

Reflections on Oliver Hill's first century

The last of the civil rights pioneers reaches the century mark

The case for adding monuments to Monument Avenue
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