Experts discussed the importance of the inclusion of LGBTQ+ people within healthcare settings during a virtual lecture Monday.
The panelists broke down several notable races and discussed how the Biden administration is reacting to the results.
The participants last week debated numerous issues including the economy and solutions to inflation, immigration reform and transgender athletes in sports.
Owens, the first woman in U.S. history to manage a presidential campaign, spoke about her new memoir, “Growing Up Biden.”
The event focused on the influence of Hispanic voters on close races and the effects of abortion rights debates as midterm elections approach.
The panel talked about the lack of Latina representation in national security and the challenges of being a Latina in the workplace and beyond.
Author Edgar Gomez discussed their early life in Orlando, FL as a child from a Nicaraguan and Puerto Rican background and how it shaped their identity in their book, “High-Risk Homosexual.”
Members of the GW community gathered in Kogan Plaza to get a taste of global cultures and ethnicities represented at GW Friday.
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar spoke about his journey in becoming the first Hispanic president of the Carnegie Endowment of International Peace.
Retired U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch spoke to guests about her time in public service, the challenges she faced and the current war in Ukraine.