[PAST EVENT] De-Immortalizing W&M: Conversation w/Student Assembly Comm for Contextualization of Campus Landmarks
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After the death of George Floyd in May of 2020, college campuses across the country began grappling with the complex and often ugly histories of the figures they immortalize through statues and building names. The Student Assembly Committee for Contextualization of Campus Landmarks and Iconography is committed to uncovering those histories and communicating them to the public.
Join the students of CCL&I for a conversation about their findings, their plans for publicizing their research, and the ethics of contextualization.
CCL&I is a group of undergraduate students housed under the Student Assembly. The committee is part of The Plan—a collection of five committees devoted to tackling systemic racial injustice at William & Mary.
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