The Bridge Initiative | – – Washington, DC The Bridge Initiative, a Georgetown University research project on Islamophobia, releases today its inaugural report which traces 20 years of polling data on Americans’…
Credit: 2010 Because I am a Girl Canada By Sonal Shah, Professor of Practice and founding Executive Director of the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University. Originally appeared on Philanthropreneurship in November 2015. Show More Summary
After allegations of racism on campus led to demonstrations at the University of Missouri and Yale, protests have erupted on college campuses across the country, from Occidental College in California to Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
On November 14, Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia announced the university will rename two buildings on campus named for two 19 th century Georgetown University presidents: Thomas F. Mulledy, who in 1838 arranged the sale...Show More Summary
In a speech at Georgetown University yesterday, Bernie Sanders explained his economic views, showing that Democratic Socialism is not a form of socialism which opposes free enterprise, and that he is definitely not a Communist as Donald Trump claimed. Full transcript here and the video can be viewed here. NPR has posted six key clips. [...]Show More Summary
The presidential contender invoked American tradition to explain his ideology at Georgetown University.
Bernie Sanders laid out his vision of "Democratic socialism" to hundreds of Georgetown University students.
Bernie Sanders spoke at Georgetown University about Democratic Socialism and how, now, he doesn’t want the government to run the local grocery store. ‘Against the ferocious opposition of the ruling class of his day, people he called the economic royalists, Roosevelt implemented a series of programs that put millions of Americans back to work, took [...]
Bernie Sanders laid out a forceful argument for democratic socialism, the largely misunderstood political philosophy to which the Vermont senator ascribes, in a long-awaited speech delivered at Georgetown University Thursday afternoon. Sanders drew parallels between his own views and those of beloved figures like Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr. and...
Not only did Bernie Sanders defend democratic socialism in a Georgetown University speech Thursday, but he also took the opportunity to throw around some shade. First, the Vermont senator and Democratic presidential candidate went off...Show More Summary
Sen. Bernie Sanders defined the phrase "democratic socialist" in a speech at Georgetown University Thursday afternoon, in an effort to clarify the unusual moniker he uses to describe his worldview for confused voters. Being a democratic...Show More Summary
In a speech at Georgetown University on Thursday afternoon, Sen. Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont who's seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, did something unprecedented for a major candidate: He made the case for...Show More Summary
In a fiery speech at Georgetown University outlining and defending democratic socialism on Thursday, Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, went off script from his prepared remarks to condemn Donald...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders is speaking live at Georgetown University on Democratic Socialism and how to defeat ISIS. Watch the live stream below:
WASHINGTON (Nov. 17, 2015) -- Neuroscientists at Georgetown University Medical Center have found in a small study that although a group of HIV+ older individuals scored "cognitively normal" in standard neuropsychology testing, a scan of their brains tells a different story. Published Nov. Show More Summary
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont will deliver the address, which some have equated to President Obama's speech on race in 2008, at Georgetown University in Washington on Thursday. He will also take questions from students.
Remember, before you read this, it is 2015: Speaking at Georgetown University Law School Monday, Scalia said the Constitution guaranteed only religious and political protections, The New York Times reported, and that it was not up to judges to determine which other minority groups deserved legal protections. “What minorities deserve protection?” he said rhetorically. “What? […]
Justice Antonin Scalia was his usual repulsive self while speaking to Georgetown University law students Monday, equating sexual predators and child abusers with being gay for the purposes of First Amendment protections. Adam LiptakShow More Summary
Students at Georgetown University in the nation's capital are showing that their voices matter and can influence change. The university will rename both Mulledy Hall, a residential dorm, and McSherry Hall, a campus mediation center.Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has compared laws protecting gays with rights for child molesters. Speaking to first year law students at Georgetown University yesterday, Scalia said that laws protecting gay rights could also be applied to “pede… Read The post Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Compares Gays to ‘Pederasts’ and ‘Child Abusers’ appeared first on Towleroad.