[PAST EVENT] For Colored Girls Who Inspired the World: Performances Honoring the Impact of Black Women

March 27, 2021
6pm - 7pm
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The Asian Centennial graphic & painting by artist Ru Williams

Join The Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation and The Asian Centennial at William & Mary for this evening program. This program will conclude the 11th Annual Lemon Project Symposium. View the performers and register here.

With Performances By:

Dance Ameya King

Song Aida Aguas, Alana Canty-Samuel, Kristin Hopkins, Sumie Yotsukura

Spoken Word/Poetry/Monologue Baiyina Doyle, Deirdre Jones Cardwell, Francis Edemobi

Wisdom Dr. Jacquelyn McLendon

Poet of Honor Dr. Luisa Igloria, Virginia Poet Laureate

Conceptualized, Produced and Directed by Francis Tanglao-Aguas, Co-Chair of the Committee for the Asian Centennial; Director of William & Mary Global Studies; Director, Freeman Intern Fellowship Program in Asia; Professor, Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies and Theater

Assistant Producer/ Broadcast Manager: Margot Flanders

Special Thanks from the Asian Centennial to:

Dr. Laurie J. Wolf, Chair of William & Mary Theatre, Speech, & Dance; Aguas Arts Ink; Dr. Chon Glover; Mr. Michael J. Fox; Dr. Deenesh Sohoni & The Committee for the Asian Centennial at William & Mary


Sarah Thomas, setho2@wm.edu