July 15, 2017 Slideshows » News & Features

The Maggie Walker Statue Unveiling. 

Share on Facebook
Tweet
Submit to Reddit
Email
A large crowd gathered on Broad Street today for the unveiling of the Maggie Walker statue.
OF 14
PREV NEXT
A large crowd gathered in the morning heat on Saturday, the 153rd birthday of Maggie Walker, to welcome Richmond's latest work of public art.
Sculptor Toby Mendez, Liza Mickens, great-great granddaughter of Maggie Walker, and Richmond mayor Levar Stoney unveil the statue.
Park ranger Alena Rogers celebrates the unveiling.
Sculptor Toby Mendez pauses for a moment after the unveiling.
Moments after the statue was unveiled the crowd swarmed.
Melvin Jones was an advocate for getting the statue placed on Broad Street.
Members of the Maggie Walker family who attended the unveiling.
Scott Elmquist
Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney.
Liza Mickens, the great-great granddaughter of Maggie Walker glances skyward while speaking about her grandmother.
Scott Elmquist
Many speakers remarked about the educational opportunities the statue will offer Richmond's youth.
Scott Elmquist
Statue advocate Melvin Jones and sculptor Toby Mendez shake hands after the unveiling.
More slideshows
Scott Elmquist20 images
Scott Elmquist12 images
Scott Elmquist7 images
1/14
A large crowd gathered in the morning heat on Saturday, the 153rd birthday of Maggie Walker, to welcome Richmond's latest work of public art.

Related Stories

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Copyright © 2018 Style Weekly
Richmond's alternative for news, arts, culture and opinion
All rights reserved
Powered by Foundation