Paul Butler, the Albert Brick Professor at Georgetown Law, answers questions about his recently published book showing that police violence against men of color in America is widespread and regularly supported by judges and politicians.
Professors in the McDonough School of Business research Kate Spade & Company’s on purpose initiative and find the business model empowers female artisans in Rwanda both economically and psychologically.
Georgetown, in partnership with the Archdiocese of Washington and the Society of Jesus in the United States, holds a religious ceremony and building dedication in remembrance of the university's historical ties to slavery and its steps toward contrition and hope.
The 19th-century free woman of color for whom Georgetown’s Anne Marie Becraft Hall will be named April 18 founded one of the first schools for black girls in Georgetown and later became one of America’s first black nuns.
A play about a white woman who contemplates donating a liver to a black woman with whom she has a common, slave-owning ancestor, was part of the third-annual Undergraduate Bioethics Research Showcase last week.
A university delegation accepts an invitation to visit the United Nations to commemorate the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade as Georgetown explores its own historical relationship to slavery.