SECOND UNION ROSENWALD SCHOOL MUSEUM CORP, INC.

Second Union (Rosenwald) School is happy to award scholarships to two distinguished graduates of Goochland High School for 2018.

​​CALENDAR OF EVENTS

2018 SURS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Daneka Fowler

In the fall, Daneka plans to attend Radford University. She plans to major in biology and apply to medical school.

Elizabeth Cullinan

For the past two years, Elizabeth served as an EMT with the Hadensville Fire-Rescue Squad. She plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing in the fall and become a Registered Nurse.  After working for few years, Elizabeth wants to attend graduate school. Her goal is to earn a master’s degree in nursing and become a Family Nurse Practitioner.



2019 Monthly Meetings

(Monthly meetings are held the 4th Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.)  

Jan 22, Feb 26, Mar 26, Apr 23, May 28,

Jun 25, Jul 23, Aug 27,

Sept 24, Oct 22, & Nov 26

Dec - No meeting

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​​​Second Union Rosenwald School Museum (SURSM) Joins the "One Million Abolitionists" Project

Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI), led by Kenneth Morris,Jr., introduces a project called, One Million Abolitionists. To honor Douglass’s 200th birthday, FDFI will print one million hardcover copies of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave and give them to young people all across the country. Then they’ll ask the readers of this special Bicentennial Edition to create service projects to address an urgent social justice issue present in their community. FDFI would like to see one million young people working toward equality in the spirit of Frederick Douglass. The Library of Congress named the Narrative one of the 88 Books That Shaped America. Published in 1845, Douglass’s first autobiography became an instant bestseller putting his life in danger since he had escaped slavery just seven years earlier. The Narrative helped change the course of the U.S. Abolitionist Movement in the mid-nineteenth century and has been changing the lives of readers ever since. SURSM is joining the Frederick Douglas Family Initiative. One Million Abolitionists project was launched at the Library of Congress! View the video http://on.wusa9.com/2lXHNDS.


Below is the information for ordering books! Copies of these books will also be in our museum! 

  • One Million Abolitionists Project website: http://fd2018.org
  • Donate to the book project (donation is tax-deductible): http://fdfi.org/fund
  • Purchase one book at retail (this purchase funds 4 books for students: http://FDFI.org/purchase​