2017 Claiming Williams Schedule Archive

The 2018 schedule for this year’s theme, Stand With Us Now will be posted in January.

Claiming Williams 2017: Moral Courage

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Videos from CW 2017

Barbara Smith

Shaun King

Spoken Word Performance

 

February 2, 2017

Dining on Claiming Williams Day

Day long: Transition with Intention: An Invitation to Reflect and Commit to a World Where All Can Flourish, Paresky Center

9-10:30 A.M. Community Forums

Restorative Workshop for Student Organizers and ActivistsSchapiro 141

Romance and Rape Culture in the Clark Collection
Clark Art Institute, 225 South Street, Williamstown, MA

Clickers: What Do We think?Brooks-Rogers Auditorium

Spoken Word Workshop: The Presence of AbsenceSchapiro Hall, Room 241

10:45 A.M. Morning Keynote: Barbara Smith

God Don’t Like Ugly and She’s Not Too Stuck on Pretty Either: Black Feminist Ethical Perspectives for These Times, Chapin Hall

12:30-1:45 P.M. Lunchtime Dialogues

The Courage to LearnFaculty Club Lounge

Courage Across Borders: Stories about the Immigrant ExperienceDriscoll Lounge

What does Moral Courage look like – on the outside? on the inside? Paresky Quiet Room

Women in Science, Mission Dennett

Finding Everyday CourageLuetkemeyer Lounge, Paresky Center

2:00-3:15 P.M. Community Forums

Discussion with Barbara SmithDodd Living Room

Moral Courage in Action: Weighing the Costs and Benefits, Griffin 4

Quitting at WilliamsGoodrich Hall

Underrepresented Identities in STEM+Griffin 5

International Storytime, Paresky Auditorium

Williams as Sanctuary, Schapiro 129

Social Identity, Power, and Privilege 101, Schapiro 141

Ask an Artist about Moral Courage, with Maria de Los Angeles and Kameelah Rasheed, Lawrence 231, Williams College Museum of Art

 3:30-5 P.M. Community Forums

Not Just a Game: Power, Politics, and American SportsParesky Auditorium

Restoring Communities to Wholeness: Restorative Justice and Repairing Harm, Schapiro 141

Mental Health at WilliamsDriscoll Lounge

Art and (Political) ActionWCMA Reading Room

A Seat at the TableGoodrich Hall

Williams, Disability and Me: The Morality of Structural ChangeSchapiro 129

5:30-7 P.M. Dinner Dialogues

Restoring Communities to Wholeness: Restorative Justice and Repairing Harm, Panel DiscussionDriscoll Lounge

Campus Spaces and Institutional History: the Courage to Examine the Past, Faculty House Lounge

7:00 P.M. Evening Keynote: Shaun King

The New Civil Rights Movement, MainStage, ’62 Center

8:15-9:30 P.M. Evening Events

Spoken Word performanceGoodrich

Healthy DebateGriffin 3

Step Into the CircleParesky Quiet Room

9:30 P.M. Pizza Party!

Baxter Hall, Paresky