Sign that reads Black Lives Matter on CSJ's door

A Statement from CSJ for Black Lives Matter, 6/2/20

Read our statement for Black Lives Matter and check out our website for actions and resources.

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Participation in Social Action and Protest

Be prepared. Have a plan to engage safely in peaceful protest and social action. Learn more here.

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Fall 2021 Opportunities with the Center for Social Justice!

#HoyasForOthers. Serve through advocacy, research, and community engagement through CSJ programs.

The Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service (CSJ) opened its doors in January 2001. The Center has a mission that is simple to state but far-reaching in its implications: In order to advance justice and the common good, CSJ promotes and integrates community-based research, teaching and service by collaborating with diverse partners and communities.

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Native American Student Council Calls for GU Land Acknowledgment, Indigenous Peoples Day Recognition

On Oct. 11, NASC — a student group that advocates for Indigenous community members on campus — hosted an event in Red Square featuring three speakers from the organization. At the event, students demanded that university leadership officially acknowledge the Indigenous land Georgetown sits on, as well as officially recognize Indigenous Peoples Day as a campus holiday, which Georgetown currently calls a mid-semester holiday.

Teaching the Speeches of Dr. King and Congressman John Lewis

Georgetown’s MLK: “Let Freedom Ring! Initiative” takes on added significance this year, especially in light of last week’s insurrectionist violence at the U.S. Capitol. Faculty are annually encouraged to “Teach the Speech,” taking a selected speech from Dr. King and incorporating it into courses and other learning activities at the university.

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