Georgetown community continues quest for racial justice

Members of the Georgetown community seek racial justice in a wide variety of ways—teaching, research, artistic expression, advocacy, and activism among them. Visit the university’s website to learn how Georgetown is convening conversations and supporting research efforts that call attention to disparities in health, income, housing, and more, while exploring the systemic racism, diasporas, migrations, and social structures that continue to impact the lives of people of color.

Read about the racial justice dialogue happening in the wake of recent police brutality and stay up to date on the latest research efforts; events; news; and resources for educating, coping, and activism.

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