Experts said caretakers should not avoid discussing issues of race altogether, especially when kids look to their elders to make sense of the world.
June 19, 2020
Stories from the June 19, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Laugh at a stand-up comedian Friday, with proceeds going toward BLM bail funds, protest-related injuries and COVID-19 testing and treatment.
Congress has the power and obligation to end the disenfranchisement of D.C.’s residents by granting statehood.
Those who can vote must usher in a better voting system – one that actually allows Black voices to be amplified as much as White ones.
While students anxiously await more details on the University’s fall semester plan, the diversity and inclusion office has created an important series that is aimed at anti-racism education and diversity at GW.
Some crimes included the removal of a George Washington statue head and burglaries at GW Deli and CVS.
Ward 2’s newly elected councilmember may have violated campaign finance laws during the Democratic primary, according to a complaint.
A local governing body voted to cut funding for the Metropolitan Police Department and invest in other resources like education at its meeting Wednesday.
Brooke Pinto, a former assistant attorney general for D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, won Ward 2’s special election for its D.C. Council seat Tuesday.
Thousands of students applied to receive aid from the donor-supported GW Cares Student Assistance Fund and funds allocated through the CARES Act.