On Saturday, February 29, 2020, please join the Historic Ashburn Colored School (HACS) for an event at Loudoun School for Advanced Studies (LSAS) to learn more about the history of segregated education in Virginia. Speakers include former HACS students, historians, educators, and local leaders. Visitors will be able to tour the Historic Ashburn Colored School to explore photographs and stories of segregated education following the presentations. Phyllis Randall, Chairperson of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, will share opening remarks. Dr. Wendi Manuel Scott, Professor of History at George Mason University, will address the complex and enduring context of this historic community institution in her keynote address. A panel of local historians will provide diverse perspectives on HACS, past and present. The event runs from 1 to 4pm. Presentations begin promptly at 1, and the tour of the Historic School begins at 3pm. Presentations will take place in LSAS’s new school building.