is a private alumni club operating out of The Princeton Club of New York.  Nestled between Grand Central Station and Times Square, The Williams Club provides its members with access to affordable hotel rooms, meeting space, private dining, athletic facilities including two squash courts, invitations to exclusive events, and the opportunity to visit over 200 additional clubs included in our reciprocal network.  Membership is open to all NESCAC schools as well as grads of another 26 institutions.

Join us for “The Making–and Unmaking–of a Racist” on Feb 7

Williams College Prof of History, Charles Dew ’58, grew up in the Jim Crow South.  During a presentation that mirrors his recently published book, we’ll learn how “natural” racial prejudice came to his otherwise loving, close family, and how his consciousness & conscience were raised over the course of his four years at Williams.

After recapping the antecedents of his transformation, Dr. Dew will be interviewed by former National Urban League President & Amherst grad, Hugh Price ’63.  As interlocutor, Mr. Price will engage Prof. Dew in a dialogue that promises to expand on this sensitive, yet profound and compelling subject.

Reception from 6-6:30PM   Presentation & Conversation from 6:30 to 7:45PM  You will find more details here.  Registration is essential–via this submission form, phone or email.

Club Members: Free       Member Guests: $ 15

Amazing alum profile: Charles Dew’s older brother attended Williams, as did Hugh Price’s daughter; and so did his wife’s father, brother, & uncle!  Moreover, five of Hugh Price’s relatives graduated from Amherst.  So its 6 for 6!

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