Let the voters decide!

Virginians deserve a 2022 Special Election Richmond For All joins statewide organizations committed to the fight for justice in demanding fair 2022 elections for the House of Delegates in accordance with the new maps produced by redistricting. The NAACP, Loudon 4 All, the League of Women Voters, and others have …

Richmond For All Joins the Network for Public Education

Right now, lobbyists for for-profit charterization are hitting the General Assembly, pushing for Democrats to back Youngkin’s far-right agenda on public education. We need our elected officials to know that we won’t let our public schools lose funding to for-profit charter chains, private school vouchers, or counterfeit “lab” schools. Read …

RFA calls for solidarity & clarity in response to ATL mass murder #StopAsianHate

Richmond For All condemns the murder of eight people, including six Asian women, in Atlanta last night. We strongly denounce the anti-Asian racism, misogyny, and discrimination against sex workers that led to this tragedy. We mourn with and are in solidarity with Asian communities and our sex worker siblings. Unfortunately, …

Vote your hopes, not your fears. Vote Jennifer Carroll Foy for Governor.

Virginians need a champion who will deliver results for working families and take on the fight to build a democratic government that is truly of and for the people. We need Jennifer Carroll Foy as our next Governor. For far too long, Virginia’s government has been dominated by the influence of …

RPS Cannot Return to In-Person Instruction by March 15th

Richmond For All’s Public Education Campaign Committee stands in solidarity with RPS workers, students, families, and communities in stating unequivocally that Richmond Public Schools cannot return to in-person instruction by March 15th. Decades of profound disinvestment have left our city’s schools without the essential resources necessary for a safe return: working sinks, …