Descendants visit the Special Collections at Georgetown's Lauinger Library to view documents related to the 1838 sale of their ancestors.
Georgetown confers an honorary degree upon Lonnie G. Bunch III, founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. At [...]
The annual Let Freedom Ring! concert sponsored by Georgetown and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts that honors the legacy of Dr. [...]
Exhibit in Georgetown's Lauinger Library Kerbs Gallery displays documents that help tell the story of Georgetown's connections with slavery.
The Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship and the Center for Social Justice host a teach-in to explore ideas for incorporating [...]
Working Group member and associate professor of history Marcia Chatelain participates in the Slavery and Global Public History Conference at Brown University, sharing [...]
CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs Lloyd Craig Blankfein interviews former Brown University President Ruth Simmons and Georgetown President John J. DeGioia about [...]
The University of New Orleans' Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies presents a panel discussion "Sold South: Tracing an Enslaved Community from Maryland [...]
December 14, 2016 – Alumni Club of Boston: Discussion with Rev. Matthew Carnes, S.J., on Georgetown’s Historical Connection to Slavery
Working Group member and associate professor of government Rev. Matthew Carnes, S.J. explains the University's historical connection to slavery to the Georgetown University [...]
Associate professor of history and working group member Maurice Jackson, professor of theater and performance studies Derek Goldman and adjunct professor Ambassador Cynthia [...]