W&M Community Uniting Against Asian Hate
Thursday, April 1
8pm - 9:30pm

Are you a student who identifies as Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian? A student of color or otherwise marginalized? An ally?


Thursday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET

Take Back the Net: A Virtual Evening of Support for Virginia's Survivors of College Sexual Assault 
Friday, April 2
7pm - 9pm
tiny url.com/tbtn2021

College students, sexual assault response coordinators, prevention specialists, counselors, and allies from across the Commonwealth will come together for this amazing evening of hope and healing

Closed captioning and ASL interpretation provided.

Friday, April 9 - Sunday, April 11
Virtual Event

A play which explore the origins of sadness and joy in sexual relationships, 'Silence' is a brilliant experiment with the language of desire, and the terrible gulf of silence between what we say and what we want. Directed by student Ivy He. 

Interdisciplinary Photography Exhibit: "And still, movement"
Friday, April 9 - Sunday, June 6
12pm - 4pm
Muscarelle Museum of Art, Visit in person Wednesdays through Fridays or visit virtually at link to be provided soon

This photography exhibit in the downstairs Spigel Gallery at the Muscarelle Museum of Art was curated by students interested in the intersections of art and science.

The Visual Politics of Africa-China Relations by Tara Mock,  University of Alabama
Friday, April 9
Zoom - please register

The Visual Politics of Africa-China Relations by Tara Mock, Assistant Professor, Africana Studies, the Honors College at the University of Alabama

European Studies Annual Research Conference
Friday, April 9 - Saturday, April 10
4pm - 1pm

Friday, April 9th, 4 pm: keynote address by Professor Engerman (Yale University): "The Global Cold War from Near and Far"
Saturday, April 10th, 9:30am - 10:30: student panels on the Global Cold War

Contact gxpaci@wm.edu for Zoom link.

Africa Network Conference
Saturday, April 10
10am - 12pm

    International Law and the Use of Force
    Monday, April 12
    1pm - 2pm

    ILS presents a  lecture by  Katie Johnston devoted to the issue of use of force in the International Law.

      Wythe Lecture: Professor Melissa Murray (NYU Law)
      Monday, April 12
      1pm - 2pm
      Law School, Virtual

      Professor Melissa Murray will deliver the annual Wythe Lecture titled Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe v. Wade.  She is the Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.

      One Tribe One Day
      Tuesday, April 13
      All day
      Around the world

      On April 13, 2021, the William & Mary community will come together for one incredible day to give back and pay it forward. Every gift to any area, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps unlock challenges that increase the impact of your gift.

        First Generation Student Alliance Alumni Speaker Panel
        Wednesday, April 14
        12:50pm - 1:50pm
        TBD, TBD

        Join the First Generation Student Alliance for a discussion and Q+A with alumni.

          Campus Resources: Diversity at W&M
          Wednesday, April 14
          6pm - 7pm

          Join students and staff from the Center for Student Diversity to discus diversity on campus.

            Asian American Plural: The Three Continents of Abeer Hoque's "Olive Witch" (Asian Centennial Event)
            Thursday, April 15
            9:30am - 10:45am
            Digital Streaming

            Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer Abeer Hoque presents the finale conversation in Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders series, curated by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao for the Asian Centennial. 

            APIA Centennial Banh Mi Lecture presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946
            Friday, April 16
            12pm - 1pm
            Zoom - please register

            Asian and Pacific Islander Bahn Mi presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946: A History of Mobility and Racialization to and from Seattle

            Racial & Social Justice Graduate Student Research Symposium Keynote: Anneliese Singh
            Friday, April 16
            12:30pm - 1:50pm
            Zoom webinar

            Join us for the keynote talk of the first annual Racial and Social Justice Graduate Student Research Symposium. Dr. Singh’s talk will focus on racial healing, based on her recent book, The Racial Healing Handbook.

            Roundtable on Gender-neutral Language in the Foreign Language Classroom
            Friday, April 16
            2pm - 3pm

            The Modern Languages & Literatures department is hosting a gender-neutral language roundtable discussion on Friday, April 16 from 2:00-3:00PM. 

            Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/s/94707512094

            Racial Justice X Reproductive Justice Panel    
            Monday, April 19
            12:50pm - 2pm
            Law School, Zoom

            Please join William & Mary Law's If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice and Black Law Students Association (BLSA) for this panel on the intersection between racial justice and reproductive justice.

            Domestic Violence Against People with Disabilities
            Tuesday, April 20
            12:45pm - 2pm
            Via Zoom

            Join the Domestic Violence Clinic, FELS, ACS, & WLS for a panel discussion featuring Darryle Brown (Transitions Family Violence Services), Juanita Graham (Avalon Center), Robert Gray (disAbility Law Center of VA), and Megan Zwisohn (Career Prosecutor).

            Sustainability Symposium Event 2: A Closer Look with Winona LaDuke
            Wednesday, April 21
            6pm - 7:30pm
            Zoom Webinar and Breakout Sessions

            Understanding our Interconnectedness: A keynote with Winona LaDuke, Native American environmentalist and political activist, on the importance of connecting with your local communities and ecosystems to the benefit of the future and world. 

            The Lemon Project: What We’ve Learned and What’s Next
            Thursday, April 22
            11am - 12pm

            Join Professor Jody Allen Ph.D. '07 and her team to explore the Lemon Project, which is taking a multifaceted approach to examine and learn from the relationship between African Americans and W&M that extends over three centuries.

            Towards understanding long-term impacts of indigenous agriculture on soils: Hawai`i as a model system
            Thursday, April 22

            Please join us for a talk by  Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, The University of Hawai`i - Manoa  titled "Towards understanding long-term impacts of indigenous agriculture on soils: Hawai`i as a model system"

              Online Career Coaching Hour for W&M Alumni
              Friday, April 23
              12pm - 1pm

              Looking for career advice or to network? Able to offer advice to fellow alumni? Join the alumni community for several short 1:1 chats.

              THE ASIAN CENTURY - AMES Colloquium Series
              Friday, April 23
              3:30pm - 4:30pm
              Zoom - please register

              THE ASIAN CENTURY - AMES Colloquium Series presents: "How Not To Be Secure: The Role of PMSCs in South Asian Security" by Sahar Khan

              GCC W&M Student Roundtable Discussion: Asian-based Xenophobia
              Saturday, April 24
              9pm - 10:30pm

              Join us for GCC W&M Student Roundtable Discussion on April 24th, Saturday, at 9 PM to discuss Xenophobia and Asian hate with your peers! Learn more about the information on our event page.

              Continuous Reflection for Equity
              Tuesday, April 27
              3pm - 4:30pm

              Data Review for Equity, A Deep Dive into One of Virginia’s Equity 5 Cs

                Islamic Ethics as Environmental Justice
                Tuesday, April 27
                3:30pm - 5pm

                This virtual presentation will show how persistent issues about how to relate environmental law and ethics become legible through Muslim registers for environmental justice.

                Poetry Reading: Voices from Iraq
                Wednesday, April 28
                4:30pm - 5:30pm
                Washington Center, https://cwm.zoom.us/j/5607762942

                In celebration of April as National Poetry Month, the Arabic dept. is hosting a reading of Iraqi poetry and music. 

                  WMFIRE (Fighting for Immigrant Rights and Equity) Benefit Concert
                  Wednesday, April 28
                  7pm - 8:15pm
                  virtual youtube premiere

                  WMFIRE is raising funds for the Student Refuge Fund! If you would like to participate in this initiate, we encourage you find out more at the premier of the the A Capella benefit concert!

                  Dance of the Orcas
                  Thursday, April 29 - Sunday, May 2

                  In this stirring choreoritual of word, song and movement, Tahlequah, assisted by ancestral forces, journeys into a dark emotional abyss and learns the freedom which comes from letting go. A co-production with Christopher Newport University. 

                    Responsibilities of History: Understanding the “Comfort Women” Controversy Between Japan & Korea
                    Friday, April 30
                    3pm - 4pm

                    A conversation with Eric Han and Tomoyuki Sasaki about the ongoing "comfort women" controversy. Please RSVP for the Zoom link.


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