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All students, faculty, and staff are invited to join The Scholar Strike for Racial Justice  on September 8 and 9. Wednesday, September 9 from 10-11am, the Milken Institute of Public Health encourages everyone to attend, Mini teach-in on Black Morality: Black Deaths Matter. To participate, please click here. ...continue reading "Mini teach-in on Black Mortality: Black Deaths Matter"

We encourage you to participate in #GWInSolidarity, a series of programs and dialogues grounded in providing the GW Community with space to process, heal, learn, and work towards action against hate and oppression. 

This series is being hosted by the Office for Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement and the Collaborative for Inclusive Excellence. Programs are open to all members of the GW community, so please share with colleagues and students. 

Register here.

Read on for the program schedule:

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Many thanks to Dr. Maranda Ward for compiling and sharing this resource list:

The GW SGA president, Howard Brookins, and SGA vice president, Brandon Hill (two Black undergraduates) compiled an incredibly comprehensive Anti-racism Resource Guide. It includes antiracism books, articles, documentaries, toolkits, websites, and social media handles.
Without duplicating the resource guide above, here are some additional resources to consider sharing with your networks:

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The Pulitzer Center is distributing lesson plans and materials related to student learning about disenfranchisement and mobilization against it.

View the lesson plan here:

Amizade (, an organization that facilitates global service-learning experiences, has created a new learning module to help students learn how to identify misinformation. Students can choose to use this tool as an individual learner or facilitated by an educator.
In addition to this tool, Amizade has also developed a series of virtual service-learning experiences, internships, and courses with our community partners around the world. You can learn about those here:

Are you looking for an internship this summer or fall or advising students who are seeking internships?

The Haas Center at Stanford University shared a great tip sheet for students working in a remote internship, or for those setting up remote internships. Click here for tips!

NCoC launched a new initiative in March called the “Learn, Ask, and Share” network in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Their focus is to bring local leaders valuable tools, information, and partnership to help everyone adapt and achieve full participation in their own communities. 

They've covered great topics like vote by mail, managing anxiety, and combating disinformation. NCoC also launched a series on “Talking to Your People Online.” 

They are partnering with the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition team who rapidly shifted their entire in-person voter engagement strategy to online efforts learn more about their work here

Students who already have clearance to serve with DC Public Schools have an opportunity to serve as remote tutors/ mentors with DCPS students this summer.

DCPS service clearance lasts for two years, so students who served there from Fall 2018 are still eligible.

Interested participants will work in coordination with the Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic, D.C. Public Schools, select community partners, and participating universities to meet the tutoring and mentoring needs of select D.C. Public Schools, teachers, and students during this COVID period.

Interested participants should complete this online survey by Thursday, April 30th.

The National Conference on Citizenship will host an online "Learning Circle" this Wednesday about engaging your communities online about voting. This is particularly timely, as the pandemic drives rapid change in the way elections are being administered.
Join us Wednesday at 2pm ET with Kathryn Quintin from the Students Learn Students Vote Coalition and voting communications expert Brad Bauman to discuss great strategies and tools to ramp up online efforts to educate your communities about how to build an inclusive culture ahead of the 2020 election - while protecting public health. This presentation will build on incredible work that Kathryn and Brad have been doing over the last 6 weeks to rapidly adapt voter engagement programs to meet the needs of this moment.

GW's ArtReach program is still actively engaging with the DC community through COVID.

If you have time and materials, we encourage you to make extra masks to donate to your neighbors, the elderly, and other vulnerable individuals in your community! Making masks is a great way to be of service and helps make your community safer. Make sure you wash your hands before creating and donating!

Let us know how many masks you donated.  You can share pictures of your creations with us by emailing ( or tagging us on Instagram (#ArtReachAtHome).

Here is a link on how to make masks by the CDC

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