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Event: Black Woman Leaders Share Experiences in Academia

Event: Black Woman Leaders Share Experiences in Academia

By Ingrid Matteini September 29, 2022

The Georgetown University Black Alumni Council held a conversation to discuss scholarship and activism as Black woman scholars and leaders in academia during a time of heightened calls for racial justice. The...

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY | The African American studies department, launched only three years ago, lacks the infrastructure for comprehensive courses confronting issues like microaggressions, according to Steven Botsoe (COL 20)

Students of Color Recount Campus Microaggressions

By Angela Perez February 8, 2019

Often unnoticed, uncomfortable and perhaps unintentional, microaggressions are a common offense to people of color. At Georgetown University, minority students regularly encounter microaggressions despite...

Petition Advances Major

By Patricja Okuniewska September 28, 2015

The African American Studies Program and the Provost’s Committee on Diversity created a petition to establish an African American studies major last Wednesday, five years after the idea was first discussed. The...

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