Memorial collage for lives lost to police brutality torn down twice in Red Square

On Wednesday night, a memorial collage comprised of photos of the black and brown lives lost to police violence, quotes, and law enforcement statistics was torn down twice in Red Square. Members of the Georgetown University Black Leadership… Read More

Ferguson protestors flock to D.C.

Following the announcement on Monday that the Missouri Grand Jury reached the decision to not indict Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson, protests swept the nation’s capital–but with peace and passion instead of violence and hate. Just hours after… Read More


Georgetown students take part in national Week of Action in solidarity with Ferguson

Today marks the first day of a national Week of Action in response to the recent events that have taken place in Ferguson, MO. The Georgetown University Black Leadership Forum has organized multiple demonstrations and discussions throughout the… Read More