The History of Black Student Admission at Williams College

Saturday March 25th,  11am
Milne Public Library, Williamstown

Williams College’s history of accepting–and not accepting–Black students is a complex and storied lens through which to understand local and national movements for equality and civil rights since 1793.

Williamstown resident Twink Williams Burns

(Williams College ’06, Harvard Graduate School of Education ’25), who serves as the Strategic Adviser for Admission and Student Financial Services Community Engagement at Williams College,

is excited to present her findings to date.