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    Franchise

    Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain talked about her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Franchise, which examines the role that fast food franchises have played in African American…

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    DC Archbishop Gregory and Others Discuss Racism and Faith

    Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, D.C. participated in a dialogue with others concerning the ongoing protests across the nation that were sparked by the death of George Floyd while in police…

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    Franchise

    Georgetown University African American history Professor Marcia Chatelain examined the role that fast food franchises have played in African American entrepreneurship and economic empowerment…

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    Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

    New America held panel discussion on the criminal justice system, focusing on mass incarceration, rehabilitation, and recommendations for change. Speakers included a former convict who…

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    Racism in America

    Georgetown University hosted a panel discussion with religious leaders, civil rights activists, and academic scholars on racism in America. Speakers included Representative John Lewis…

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    Georgetown University Building Dedication Ceremony

    Georgetown University held a ceremony to mark the renaming of two campus buildings: one for Isaac Hawkins, one of 272 enslaved persons sold in 1838 by the Maryland Province of Jesuits to…

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    Race and Sex in the Mid-20th Century

    Professor Marcia Chatelain talked about the different types of sex education used across the country in the 1950s and why such courses have become politically divisive. She compared the sex education…

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    Understanding the Ferguson Protests

    Historians talked about the history of race relations in Ferguson, Missouri, and methods for teaching about race and protest. They also discussed the historical relationship between racial…

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