Policing the Womb: Invisible Women and the Criminalization of Motherhood
Thursday, October 8
5pm - 6pm

Join Professor Michele Goodwin, who expands the reproductive rights debate beyond abortion and discusses how laws criminalize women - especially poor women and women of color - for miscarriages, stillbirths and threatening the health of their pregnancies.

AMP / Virtual Spoken Word/Poetry with Joan Leslie
Thursday, October 8
8pm - 10pm

AMP Homebrew Committee and Impact Committee invites you to a night of Spoken Word and Poetry on Thursday, October 8th at 8 P.M, featuring slam poet Joan ‘Lyric’ Leslie. This event will be hosted on Zoom. 

    Homecoming@Home: Mason Alumni of Color Networking Happy Hour
    Tuesday, October 13
    5pm - 7pm

    Join the Mason Alumni of Color Network (AoCN) for a networking happy hour. 

    AMP / Atwater Lecture Series: Nyle DiMarco
    Wednesday, October 14
    7pm - 8:15pm
    Zoom Webinar

    Join AMP’s Impact committee for a night of inspiration and conversation with Dancing With the Stars winner, model, producer, and activist with Nyle DiMarco!

    Trailblazing Women in Conservation
    Thursday, October 15
    7pm - 9pm
    Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka

    Hosted by the Institute for Integrative Conservation and Planet Women,  this two-part event includes a screening of the National Geographic documentary Women of Impact followed by a panel discussion highlighting trailblazing women in conservation.

      Latin American Art in the Western World
      Friday, October 16
      Join us on Zoom: Meeting ID: 956 0168 5573 Passcode: 318531

      Talk by Valentín Concha-Núñez, Art Historian and Educator (MoMA, El Museo del Barrio, Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art).

      I Dissent: A Concert for Equal Rights in Honor of RBG
      Saturday, October 17
      6pm - 8pm
      Live Stream on YouTube

      Faculty, alumni, and students gather to offer song, dance, poetry, and tributes to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and all Equal Rights heroes like her. Admission by registration: https://www.aguasartsink.com/register-for-a-show

      Battle to the Ballot Box: The Fight Against Voter Suppression 
      Monday, October 19
      4pm - 5pm

      Voter suppression, harsh voter ID laws, and voter disenfranchisement are on the rise. How does this affect primaries and United States' most-watched election?

      Navigating Your Career as a Diverse Candidate: LGBTQ+
      Tuesday, October 20
      4pm - 5:30pm

      Join us for a joint diversity panel series presented by the Cohen Career Center, Center for Student Diversity, and W&M Alumni Association.

        Untangling the Train Wreck: Government Faculty Discuss Election 2020
        Tuesday, October 20
        5pm - 6:30pm
        Zoom Webinar

        Homecoming  Event! Join Government Department faculty for a discussion about the November Presidential election. 

        Student Stories from Abroad
        Wednesday, October 21
        7pm - 8pm

        Study abroad from a student's perspective.

        Inside Admissions with George Washington University Law
        Thursday, October 22
        4pm - 5pm
        Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/95006596134?pwd=dFJLaVg1ZllwZGFvd3VhUU9PSzJ0QT09

        Please join Dean Sim for this insightful session on the application process and GW Law!

          Coates's “The Case for Reparations”: A Lemon’s Legacies Porch Talk w/ Williamsburg Regional Library
          Tuesday, October 27
          7pm - 8pm

          Join The Lemon Project as we discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’ June 2014 article “The Case for Reparations.” 

          Law School Equity & Inclusion Speaker Series: Belonging- How Do We Achieve It?
          Thursday, October 29
          5pm - 6:15pm

          Join us as we dive into one of the university's values, belonging. Belonging is often said to be "aspirational", so how do we get there. Panelists will offer their thoughts on how institutions begin to reflect authentic belonging.

            Brown Table Talk: Increasing your Network
            Thursday, October 29
            6pm - 7pm
            Zoom Link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/95065063584

            Join us for Part IV of our series. This week we will focus on Increasing Your Network! Thursday, October 29th at 6pm. Come have a seat at the table {A space for women to speak their truth and share their experience}

            Collaborative Conversations: William & Mary’s Highland: A Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk
            Thursday, October 29

            Learn more about William & Mary’s Highland, the home of a president’s family and generations of enslaved individuals. The site is undergoing a necessary re-interpretation with vital input from its Descendant Advisory Council.

            Inside VA’s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot  
            Thursday, October 29
            7pm - 8:30pm
            Zoom Meeting

            Jay Jones, Norfolk Delegate and  Fall 2020 Baxter-Ward Fellow in Government, will present a virtual public lecture, "Inside Virginia`s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot." 

            Chat & Chew: Reflections on Administration's Response
            Friday, October 30
            12pm - 1pm
            Online Location: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/95235703591

            Students are invited to reflect on the William & Mary administration and their responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter as well as reflections on the accelerated academic semester and the decision to cut portions of Tribe Athletics.