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  American Civil Liberties Union : ACLU of Virginia Asks Hampton University to Accommodate Student Free Speech on Campus
According to news reports, on November 2, seven Hampton University students associated with Amnesty International were part of a student walk-out and teach-in on the issues of New Orleans urban renewal, the AIDS crisis, homophobia, the prison industrial complex, the war in Iraq and the crisis in Sudan.
The ACLU of Virginia fully understands that as a private school Hampton University is not bound by the First Amendment of the Constitution.
Hampton University’s motto is "The Standard of Excellence - An Education for Life." In order to live up to this motto and maintain a standard of excellence, it is essential that the ideals of free association and free expression be not only tolerated, but wholeheartedly encouraged.
www.aclu.org /freespeech/youth/22081prs20051201.html   (869 words)

 Hampton Virginia
Clearly, Hampton Virginia has a story to tell about the conflict that tore this country apart during the 1860s, and that strong sense of military, and history continues today.
Virginia Air & Space Center Newly expanded in the fall of 2003, this is the visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center, and it's clear attention and care has been given to the exhibits.
The cruise aboard the Miss Hampton II also includes a sail-by of the naval base in Norfolk with all the sea craft and carriers at anchor.
www.offbeattravel.com /hampton.html   (1845 words)

 Hampton Roads, Virginia
Hampton Division of Fire and Rescue is a career and volunteer organization of nearly 500 men and women.
Hampton Roads' largest combined subacute care hospital and nursing facility offers a comprehensive program of short-term and long-term care featuring professional staff and physicians dedicated to helping patients and residents achieve the best possible quality of life and physical well-being.
The Hampton Police Division has received national recognition and continually seeks to implement progressive strategies that identify the Division as a leader among contemporary law enforcement agencies.
hamptonroadsva.metatiki.com /index.cfm?method=cities_local_display&Methods=GovHealth&Topic=GovHealth&City=hamptonroadsva   (848 words)

 Talking Travel Rediscovering America Hampton Virginia
Hampton is an unparalleled seaside destination in terms of the activities available to visitors but it is also a crossroads of many waterways.
Historically, Hampton was the center of imports and exports to and from the new colony.
Hampton is the site of America's first continuous English-speaking settlement and is home to such visitor attractions as the Virginia Air and Space Center and Riverside IMAX ® Theater, the Cousteau Society, Hampton History Museum, harbor tours and cruises, Hampton University Museum, Fort Monroe, award-winning Hampton Coliseum, The American Theatre, among others.
www.ttrn.com /hampton.htm   (2886 words)

 Hampton City Schools
His educational priorities center on ensuring that Hampton becomes a well-rounded system of public education; one wherein the recruitment and retention of the most qualified teachers is foremost.
A Hampton resident for 13 years, Rev. Clary is the founder and CEO of Beacon at the Crossroads, a nonprofit organization that provides mentoring and truancy prevention for 27 Hampton schools.
He is the Neighborhood Commissioner for Hampton District 8, is the Vice Chairman of the Governor’s Commission for National and Community Service and is a member of both the Downtown Hampton Development Partnership and the Hampton Vicinity Ministers Alliance and Peninsula Pastor’s Council.
www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us /schoolboard/members/members.html   (697 words)

 Hampton, Virginia Attractions
The visitor center is also the departure point for the Miss Hampton II harbor tours and the Venture Inn II cruise and fishing boat.
In 1952 the town was consolidated into the city of Hampton hut never lost its strong sense of identity and pride.
Fort Monroe’s original mission was to protect the entrance to Hampton Roads and the several port cities that had access to its waters.
www.baydreaming.com /hamptonattractions.htm   (877 words)

 City of Hampton - Department of Economic Development
Hampton, a robust waterfront city in southeastern Virginia, has caught the attention of top businesses and developers from around the country.
In addition to a great business climate, Hampton's unique location in the center of Hampton Roads is attracting some of the nation's most successful housing, retail, and hotel developers.
Combine Hampton's location, abundant waterfront, successful business clusters, unique housing and retail developments, and it's easy to see why so many companies are investing in Hampton.
www.hampton.gov /ed   (332 words)

 Hampton City Schools
Read about one long-time bus driver, two School Bell award-winners, and how a first-year principal made a big difference with state accreditation for her school...all in the October edition of Hampton Herald.
Curriculum Audit (PDF) The Curriculum Management Audit was commissioned by the Hampton City School Board and was conducted during the week of January 9 – 13, 2006.
The Hampton City School Division is not responsible for the contents of
www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us   (236 words)

 Family Fun In Hampton Roads: Virginia Is For Lovers
From Newport News, travel east to Hampton and the exciting Virginia Air and Space Center with hands-on exhibits and an IMAX Theater.
Across the street from the Virginia Air and Space Center is the The Hampton Carousel, one of only 70 working wooden carousels in the nation!
There are so many family activities at Virginia Beach in addition to 28 miles of oceanfront and the famous boardwalk — something big is going on every weekend throughout the spring and summer!
www.virginia.org /site/features.asp?FeatureID=42   (1171 words)

 Hampton: Virginia Is For Lovers
Hampton is located on the Virginia Peninsula in the Hampton Roads region of southeastern Virginia.
It is bounded on the north and east by the Chesapeake Bay and on the south by the Hampton Roads Harbor.
While in Hampton, take advantage of an array of water-related activities, such as the harbor tours aboard the 65-foot "Miss Hampton," and fishing in the Chesapeake Bay.
www.virginia.org /site/cities.asp?city=Hampton   (219 words)

 Hampton Roads - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hampton Roads is the name of both a body of water and the land areas which surround it in southeastern Virginia in the USA.
The water area known as Hampton Roads (informally "the harbor") is one of the world's greatest natural harbors, and incorporates the mouths of the Elizabeth River and James River with several smaller rivers and itself empties into the Chesapeake Bay near its mouth leading to the Atlantic Ocean.
Hampton Roads is notable for U.S. naval and air force facilities, shipbuilding and repair yards, coal piers, miles of waterfront property and beaches, all of which contribute to the diversity and stability of the area's economy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hampton_Roads   (4788 words)

 Chesterfield Virginia VA Hampton Park Neighborhood Watch Program
Two representatives from Hampton Park were also present and the Venini’s wish to publicly thank those individuals for their presence and support on behalf of the community.
They were also permanently banned from all Hampton Park property as well as from any contact with the Venini family.
The HP Board is looking into the possibility of making violaters in HP who are sentenced to community service serve their community service hours within Hampton Park.
www.hamptonparkwatch.com /page9.shtml   (1298 words)

 Hampton Roads Virginia - including Virginia Beach and Williamsburg
Hampton Roads is the name of a large metro area in southeastern Virginia.
Virginia Beach is more than a boardwalk and a long, wide beach.
Williamsburg Virginia is the other big vacation destination in Hampton Roads.
www.hamptonroadsvisitor.com   (301 words)

 City of Hampton, Virginia
The City of Hampton is recognized as one of the most technology-advanced cities in America by the Center for Digital Government (www.centerdigitalgov.com) based on its 2006 Digital Cities Survey.
In support of the year long celebration of the 400th birthday of Jamestown, Hampton is sponsoring Explore Hampton 2007, a year long celebration of Hampton's role in the birth of our nation.
Hampton Parks & Recreation Fall Issue of Hampton Happenings is now online.
www.hampton.va.us   (390 words)

 HBC HomePage
Although we are the oldest Baptist church in Hampton, modern information technology offers us this opportunity to expand our ministry in our third century of service, both to the wider community and to our members.
Our church is located downtown in "Old Hampton" and has a long history of ministry to the people of the Virginia Peninsula.
We are inclusive in outlook and maintain affiliations with the Peninsula Baptist Association, the Baptist General Association of Virginia, and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
www.hamptonbaptist.org   (252 words)

 Hampton Virginia Real Estate Realtors!
Established in 1610, Hampton began its life as a small waterfront community and is now recognized as the oldest continuous English-speaking settlement in America.
Hampton is the birthplace of America’s space program, and the Virginia Air and Space Center of Hampton features dozens of hands-on air and space exhibits, a premiere interactive aviation gallery that spans 100 years of flight, more than 30 historic aircraft, unique space flight artifacts and more!
Hampton’s central area of Mercury Boulevard, known as “Coliseum Central,” is a crossroads of retail and service businesses, hotel/motel and conference facilities Construction is almost complete on the 129 million Power Plant of Hampton Roads, a lifestyle retail and entertainment complex featuring both unique and nationally known tenants such as Bass Pro Shop.
www.hampton-roads-real-estate.us /pages/cities/hampton-virginia-real-estate.shtml   (545 words)

 Hampton, Virginia hotel near Hampton Coliseum - Clarion Hotel 23666, VA815
This Hampton hotel is near many attractions, including Buckroe Beach, the Virginia Air and Space Center, the Langley Speedway and Busch Gardens Williamsburg theme park.
Some of the finest colleges and universities are nearby, including Hampton University, Christopher Newport University, the College of William and Mary, Norfolk State University and Old Dominion University.
Whether traveling to the Hampton area for business or pleasure, stay at the Clarion Hotel, the "Center of it all".
www.choicehotels.com /ires/en-us/html/HotelInfo?hotel=VA815   (429 words)

 May 2005 Concerts in Hampton Roads, Virginia
Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth and the other cities in Hampton Roads are filled with music.
Alan Jackson with Sara Evans and the Wrights at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater.
Canadian Brass brings music, passion and joy to the College of William and Mary on the 13th and the Virginia Beach Town Center on the 14th.
www.hamptonroadsvisitor.com /concerts/may05.html   (366 words)

 HAMPTON | WVEC.com | News for Hampton Roads, Virginia
Hampton native and Philadelphia 76ers star Allen Iverson has offered to pay the funeral expenses for a man who died three years after being shot for refusing to give up his Iverson jersey.
About 20 ministers from predominantly fl churches in Hampton Roads cited Sen. George Allen's support of the marriage amendment as the main reason for their endorsement.
In Hampton, city officials went to apartments that had flood damage during Ernesto to make sure folks there knew to call for help if needed.
www.wvec.com /news/hampton/vitindex.html   (726 words)

 Hampton, Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Welcome to the Hampton, a Hampton Roads community.
Allen Iverson - NBA basketball player (point guard) for the Philadelphia 76ers, born in Hampton.
He was the number #1 draft pick in the 1996 NBA Draft out of Georgetown University.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hampton,_Virginia   (809 words)

 Virginia Hall, Hampton Institute by Richard Morris Hunt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hampton Institute was founded in 1868 to educate former slaves, many of whom had migrated to this area in southern Virginia.
Virginia Hall was the main building of the early campus, providing dormitories, a dining room, classrooms, and a chapel.
Booker T. Washington was an alumnus of Hampton.
www.bluffton.edu /~sullivanm/virginia/hampton/hampton.html   (187 words)

 Hampton Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court
In Virginia, a juvenile is any person under 18 years of age.
The juvenile and domestic relations district court hears all matters involving juveniles such as criminal or traffic matters.
The judges of the juvenile and domestic relations district court are elected by the General Assembly for 6 year terms.
www.courts.state.va.us /courts/jdr/Hampton/home.html   (189 words)

 Hampton Circuit Court
The circuit court is the trial court with the broadest powers in Virginia.
In addition, the circuit court hears cases appealed from the general district court and from the juvenile and domestic relations district court.
There is a circuit court in each city and county in Virginia.
www.courts.state.va.us /courts/circuit/Hampton/home.html   (214 words)

 Hampton, Virginia
United States > Virginia > Virginia - Hampton Roads > Hampton Roads Area Surroundings
On a tongue of land between the York and James Rivers is Hampton, founded in 1610 - the oldest British foundation in the United States that has remained continuously occupied.
Unauthorized duplication in part or whole without prior written consent prohibited by international laws.
www.planetware.com /virginia/hampton-us-va-h.htm   (58 words)

 eBay - hampton virginia, Historical Memorabilia, Postcards Paper items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
1918 James E Gregg of Hampton Institute in Virginia
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 Visit Hampton Roads Virginia: Hampton Roads / History & Heritage
Or visit the Emancipation Oak where President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was first read to Hampton residents.
Many of the sites are listed in the free Hampton Visitors Guide magazine, available at the Hampton Visitor Center.
Visit Hampton Roads is a cooperative venture of the Virginia Tourism Corporation and the Hampton Roads Partnership
www.visithamptonroads.com /site/content.asp?MGrp=1&MCat=2   (385 words)

 Hampton Roads Virginia Realtor - Brenda Gervais
Brenda Gervais, a Hampton Roads real estate agent with Virginia Commonwealth Realty, offers a full line realtor services in residential real estate sales, buyers representative, and assistance with forclosure and distressed properties.
Virginia Commonwealth Realty and real estate agent Brenda Gervais primarily services the following Virginia Peninsula cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, York County, Williamsburg, and James City County as well as the Hampton Roads / Tidewater cities of Suffolk, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Smithfield, and Isle of Wight.
We are also licensed to transact on any property within the State of Virginia.
www.allvahomes.com   (268 words)

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