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Commemoration and Remembering: Building on the Legacy
Thursday, November 16
6pm - 7pm
Muscarelle Museum of Art, Sheridan Gallery

Dr. Michael Blakey will examine the social history of theories that connect biology, "nature," social inequality, and behavior, specifically pertaining to African American culture, in conjunction with our Building on the Legacy exhibition. 

Revisiting the Promise of Multiculturalism in Education
Thursday, November 16
6pm - 7:30pm
School of Education

In the second talk of the School of Education's 2017-2018 Diversity Lecture Series, Cirecie West-Olatunji will present "Revisiting the Promise of Multiculturalism in Education."

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Ongoing Events

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Brave Enough to be First: Exploring 50 Years of African Americans in Residence at William & Mary
Friday, September 15 - Sunday, May 13
Swem Library, Marshall Gallery, First Floor Rotunda

Brave Enough to be First serves to honor the legacy of the three women who were the first African Americans in residence at William & Mary, to shed light on just how far we have come, and to inspire continued diversity and inclusion.

Building on the Legacy: African American Art from the Permanent Collection
Saturday, September 2 - Sunday, January 14
Muscarelle Museum of Art


Fred Eversley, 50 Years an Artist: Light & Space & Energy 
Saturday, September 2 - Sunday, December 10
Muscarelle Museum of Art
Living the Legacy: Oral Histories Commemorating 50 years of African Americans in Residence
Thursday, August 31 - Monday, January 15
Swem Library, Entrance Gallery

Living the Legacy is a dynamic exhibit featuring the intricate, inspiring stories of African Americans who experienced these inaugural years firsthand and who broke barriers for the generations to come.