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Maxine Walters (L’21): Finding the church in the midst of protest

Maxine Walters (pictured right) is a Juris Doctor Candidate, Class of 2021, and president of the Black Law Students Association at the Georgetown University Law Center. She reflects on racial justice, challenging the status quo, and doing God’s work. The … Continue reading

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From Lament to Justice: a reflection by Rev. Ebony Grisom

On June 15, 2020, Rev. Ebony Grisom, Protestant chaplain, offered the following reflection during Campus Ministry’s Interfaith Prayer Service at Dahlgren Chapel. You can watch the full service here. Psalm 13. From Lament to Justice I reflect on Psalm 13 … Continue reading

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Anti-Blackness: A View From Dharmic Life

|| Namaste || || Auṁ Svastir Astu || In the days following the murder of George Floyd by a police officer of the United States, the clarion call for action from the afflicted and their allies has been heard by … Continue reading

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Our Response to Racism and Racial Injustice

Dear friends, Current events serve as a powerful reminder of the persistence of racism and racial injustice in our communities. The tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, amid so many others, has evoked deep memory of our history … Continue reading

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Being a senior in the time of COVID-19: A little less action, a little more contemplation.

Normally, at this time of the year, seniors are busy preparing for graduation, roaming campus with friends wearing commencement regalia taking photos on the steps of Healy Hall, and fielding questions such as where will you be working, or how … Continue reading

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