Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy announces its six Fall 2020 GU Politics Fellows, including political journalists, a presidential advisor and presidential campaign leaders.
Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia) spent his life fighting for racial justice and equality. The McCourt School of Public Policy remembers the civil rights icon, who received an honorary degree and…
Alumnus Reginald Douglas (C’09) says creating space and amplifying voices of the black experience is paramount as he takes on the new role of associate artistic director at Washington, DC's…
The university releases a second report detailing health disparities in DC's black community and making 18 recommendations for racial equity in the District of Columbia.
McCourt School of Public Policy class awards local nonprofits $20,000 to support equitable community impact during the pandemic.
More than 100 members of the Georgetown community participate in a weeklong virtual transcription event to commemorate Washington, DC’s Emancipation Day.
Georgetown Law's clinical program continues to serve underrepresented communities in Washington, DC during pandemic.
Thanks to enthusiastic support by members of the Georgetown community, Metrobus routes near campus will stay intact.
Georgetown's Health Justice Scholars visit Capitol Hill to advocate for patients amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Panelists at an event on campus yesterday agree that the staging of James Baldwin’s 1954 play The Amen Corner at the Shakespeare Theatre Company this month is a significant trend.