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Join us for a discussion about Selma, the 2014 film directed by Ava DuVernay that chronicles the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches.
Strollin’: A history of Black Greek letter organizations at William & Mary, examines the arrival of African American fraternities and sororities to campus.
The Inclusive Leadership Workshop will explore the topics of diversity, inclusion, belonging, and unconscious bias and include activities and discussions that will help participants identify strategies to become more inclusive leaders.
The Women's Network invites employees (faculty, staff, professionals/professional faculty) to discuss books, podcasts, and articles.
Emily Hein is leading a discussion of the book Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok on February 3, 2022, at 12 noon.
Join us for an evening Zoom talk with Dr. Kim TallBear (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate) on decolonization in science, technology, and policy, and the implications for land and life, not only for Indigenous peoples, but for all of us.
Benjamin Crump, a civil rights leader and attorney who has represented such clients as the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, will speak at William & Mary’s 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration.
Join us on February 15 at 6:00 p.m. for a Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk with Nicole Brown, an American Studies master's student studying the Bray School in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Abdellah Taïa’s Transflilial Myth Making and Unfaithful Realms of Memory
Denis M. Provencher (University of Arizona)
The Department of Art & Art History Distinguished Lecturer,
Eugene Y. Wang, Professor of Asian Art, Harvard University, “How Was Art Electrified? The Formation of the Global Brain in China”.
This lecture contributes to W&M's Asian Centennial celebration.
Theme: The Time Is Now: The Lives of Black Men Past, Present, and Future
The Asian Centennial and W&M Theatre proudly present Lloyd Suh's award winning play on the life story of Afong Moy, who at 14 was brought to the US from Guanzhou Province in 1834, and was put on display for the American public as "The Chinese Lady."
Join Natoya Haskins, director of diversity and inclusion in the School of Education, for a discussion of the book Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that a Movement Forgot by Mikki Kendall.
Join us for the DOK 2022. We want our graduates (undergraduates, graduate, and professional) to know that their relationship with the university does not end at graduation. A new chapter begins when you become an alumnus.