AMP / The Lemon Project: Uncovering William & Mary's Past
Access & Features
- Free food
- Open to the public
AMP Contemporary & Cultural Issues has partnered with the Lemon Project this semester to bring you all a pop-event to learn more about the work this program does. Founded because of student activism, the Lemon Project aims to educate students, faculty, and staff on the impact that enslaved labor has had at William & Mary through reconciliation and facilitating dialogue. It is important that the university community doesn’t forget about our history - whether it be good or bad - and that we participate in these vital conversations surrounding the issues that have plagued our past and affect our future. Come out and discover, discuss, and demand change!