Our mission is to eliminate injustice and engender hope, understanding and reconciliation through STEM research, historical preservation and education as it relates to the lives & contributions of the enslaved and other African Americans who lived in and may be buried throughout Loudoun County & Northern Virginia
Loudoun Freedom Center
Lansdowne Executive Center
19440 Golf Vista Plaza,
Lansdowne, VA 20176
Michelle C. Thomas
Founder & Executive Director
Research & Education Director
CURRENT PROJECTS AND PARTNERSHIPS
Stewardship of the "Looking Blackward Exhibit"
Genuine artifacts from the days of slavery, the Civil War and the Jim Crow era
Jay Johnson, Collector & Cureator
"Bringing Community Alive"
The John Wesley Chapel, Waterford, VA
The Waterford Foundation
"The History Under Our Feet"
Selden's Landing Elementary School & Dominion High School AP History - Joint Research Project
"Telling the Story of Genuine American Heroes"
Management and Preservation of the African American Burial Grounds for the formerly enslaved at Belmont Plantation
WHAT YOU CAN DO
WHAT WE DO
Slave Cemeteries &
African American Communities
Classes, Conferences, Symposiums
Inner healing for issues related to racial & gender injustice
DNA Genome Project
Connecting the past with the present
Museum, Interactive Map, Data Center
Loudoun Freedom Chapel
A place to find peace and hope
Ancestral Heritage Mission
visit LFC & search for your "Roots"
STEM Camp - for students in grades 1-8
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