Asian American Plural: The Travels of Transnational Scheherazade in Alia Yunis' "The Night Counter"
Thursday, March 18
9:30am - 10:45am
Digital Streaming

Esteemed novelist and filmmaker Alia Yunis (The Night Counter) is the premiering author of Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders, organized by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao as part of his course OUTSIDE IN: TRANSNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE.

The Lemon Project 11th Annual Spring Symposium    
Monday, March 22 - Saturday, March 27
12pm - 7pm

Our Spring 2021 Symposium will take place virtually Monday, March 22 through Saturday, March 27, 2021.

Four Centuries of Black Women in America: Freedom, Activism, and Justice for All

Register and view the program here.

Asian Centennial Film Series: "Searching for Anna May Wong" Directed by Denise Chan, Z. Eric Yang
Friday, March 26
12pm - 1:30pm
Streaming via Registration

“Searching for Anna May Wong,” traces the journey of actor Natasha Tina Liu, who raises the question, “If trailblazing Anna May Wong were still alive today, would she still face the same racism and challenges she experienced during her time in Hollywood?”

For Colored Girls Who Inspired the World: Performances Honoring the Impact of Black Women
Saturday, March 27
6pm - 7pm

Join The Lemon Project and The Asian Centennial at William & Mary for an evening program that will conclude the 11th Annual Lemon Project Symposium. View the performers and register here.

Prayer & Ritual: Deepening Understanding of Our Diverse African American Identities & Spiritualities
Tuesday, March 30
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Zoom webinar

In this seminar, five Black spiritual leaders from different traditions will each offer a prayer for our time of dual pandemics followed by a teaching from Christianity, Sufism, Kemetic tradition, Buddhism or southern conjure.