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Learn conversation starters and strategies to help families have meaningful conversations about race with Professor Natoya Haskins from W&M's School of Education.
Brown Table Talk is a space for women of color to speak their truth and share their experiences. An exchange of dialogue within a JUDGEMENT FREE ZONE.
HORIZON is a peer-based social group for survivors of sexual assault and harassment attending William & Mary.
W&M Libraries will host a book discussion for W&M students on Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You on February 15 at 4 p.m.
Join us for a Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk led by Jaaye Person-Lynn on February 15.
The next School of Education Courageous Conversation will focus on the topics of democracy, freedom and justice in education.
Healthy Connections is a discussion group for William & Mary students needing support with dating or intimate-partner relationships.
Steve Prince will take participants on a historical journey examining the power of racist imagery upon the psyche of America and the world.
The Untethered, a troupe of BIPOC Theatre alumni, present their new work in "Homecoming”. This never-before-seen live online event series features performances of song, dance, spoken word and monodrama.
W&M Libraries will host a community book discussion on February 18 at 2 p.m. on Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Assistant Professor Heartley Huber will discuss the significant impact peer partners can have on the social development, inclusion, and acceptance of students with disabilities in schools.
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To kick off the Asian Centennial at W&M commemorating the admission of Chen Pu-Kao, the first Chinese, Asian, and student of color so far on record, the Asian, Pacific, and Middle Eastern Film Series presents Larissa Lam's film "Far East Deep South."
Jason Reynolds is the New York Times bestselling co-author of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, along with Ibram X. Kendi. Reynolds will discuss his book and answer questions from the audience.
Join the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) as the executive director of the Black Family Land Trust, Inc. (BFLT) shares the work that BFLT is doing to protect the property rights of Black and underrepresented landowners.
In recognition of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week join us for a virtual art therapy zoom session. We will express ourselves using your medium of choice as we are guided by Board Certified Art Therapist Sarah Balascio.
During Heal’s meeting, we will discuss this year’s NEDA Week theme, “Every Body Has a Seat At the Table”. We will talk about inclusion, representation, and how these factors can positively influence eating disorder recovery.
Join us for a discussion about the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman and the educational implications.
Join us for a discussion on multicultural issues within the eating disorder world, with a focus on helping to identify our own seat at the table. This National Eating Disorders Awareness Week speaking event will be led by clinician Khara Randall.
Center of Student Diversity and the Rainbow Coalition at William & Mary invites you to an open and honest panel conversation on the intersectionality of blackness and queerness and how it affects lives on campus -- past, present, and future.
Come for an evening of honest storytelling, refreshing vulnerability, and inspirational courage. With bravery and grace, six William & Mary students will share their survivor stories of eating disorder and recovery.
Come and watch clips of the film I Am Not Your Negro, a movie adaptation of James Baldwin's unfinished work, Remember This House and discuss an ongoing Civil Rights movement.
The Black Law Students Association will host its annual (and first-ever virtual) symposium on February 26. RSVP for Zoom details.