The first event will take place on March 2 and will feature CNN journalists Brianna Keilar, John King, Abby Phillip and Manu Raju.
GW College Democrats and GW College Republicans debated COVID-19 policies, voting rights legislation and the criminal justice system reform.
Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, and the president of Americans for Tax Reform spoke at the event.
Nearly 200 participants attended the event, which was moderated by Henry Hale, a professor of international affairs and political science Friday.
A local fashion designer said she sought to serve the Black community during the pandemic and racial justice movements through her business.
A science curriculum developer from a Smithsonian education center said sustainability curricula should reflect the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke about attracting businesses to the Golden Triangle neighborhood, ensuring racial equality and being a leader during a global pandemic.
Interim University President Mark Wrighton and D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine spoke at GW’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Monday.
SMHS administrators said University health care workers can access mental health services to prevent burnout through the Resiliency and Well-Being Center.
More than 1,000 viewers tuned in to watch a panel of professors, researchers and journalists discuss ongoing protests and violence in Kazakhstan Monday.