Jeffrey Randolph of Chesterfield, the great-nephew of the late civil rights icon, helped to unveil one marker, along with Connie Cuffee, president of the sorority’s Richmond Alumnae Chapter, and Virginia First Lady Pam Northam.
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The unveiling of a new historical marker saluting late Richmond native Dorothy I. Height for her role as a national civil rights leader was a gala affair. Sunday’s event drew a big crowd to the ceremony at First Baptist Church of South Richmond on Decatur Street that included several of Ms. Height’s relatives, Mayor Levar M. Stoney, Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax, Gov. Ralph S. Northam and other officials and admirers of the woman former President Obama called the “godmother of the Civil Rights Movement.”