Many an active citizen has been inspired by the great work Martin Luther King, Jr. did for justice. In honor of King's vision of a beloved community, alternative breakers at William & Mary engage in our region every MLK weekend.
Registration is open now until Monday, October 31st.
All MLK alternative breaks span from Saturday, January 14 to Monday, January 16. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to Williamsburg before the start of the trip. We're proud to be able to offer our MLK weekend breaks for free to W&M students, thanks to the generosity of William & Mary families through the Parent's Fund.
The Lemon Project
Mission: The goal of the project is to better understand, chronicle, and preserve the history of blacks at the College and in the community to promote a deeper understanding of the indebtedness of the College to the work and support of its diverse neighbors.
Social justice topic: Recognition of and reconciliation with the history of slavery and Jim Crow at the College
Site leaders: Brendan Boylan and Dana Moore
Mission: Changing lives and improving neighborhoods, one home at a time.
Social justice topic: Revitalization, weatherization, and rehabilitation of homes in low-income neighborhoods
Site leaders: Claire Sinz and Sarah Thoresen
Questions? Contact [[w|mefoley, Meghan Foley]].