From the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War, to the fights for women’s and LGBTQ equality, music and poetry have been an integral part of every social justice movement.
The role of philanthropy in sustaining the racial justice movement, eliminating health disparities, compressing economic gaps, and improving educational outcomes for children.
Join GDS for a powerful evening with four leaders in the women's rights movement as they discuss the future of gender justice in the United States and around the world.
Join us for an intimate discussion with those who know history's civil rights leaders best, two daughters of the movement.
Sports have always played an important role in our nation’s conversation around social justice.
Join GDS alumni journalists as they unpack this year's contentious election and its aftermath.
Georgetown Day School invites you to the 23rd annual Benjamin Cooper Memorial Lecture and 75th Anniversary Speaker Series on the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The second GDS Presents Speaker Series event, in honor of the school's 75th anniversary, is on Entertainment in the Time of Covid.
GDS presents the 75th Anniversary Speaker Series kick-off event, featuring the Honorable Andre Davis, the Honorable Casey Cooper, and Attorney General for the District of Columbia Karl Racine.
Kate Julian of The Atlantic shares what she learned through her research on parenting, childhood anxiety, and what parents can do to develop healthier young people.
Join GDS alumni Ahmad Jones '14, Khalil Jones '14, and Malik Jones '14 as they demonstrate and share their personal recommendations, tips, and strategies for maintaining your health and wellness (and improving it) while staying at home and keeping it fun!
Career Conversations During COVID and Beyond: How to Be Prepared for Almost Anything with Julie Fanburg ’89
Join Oscar, Emmy, and Peabody award-winning filmmakers Sean Fine '92 and Andrea Nix Fine as they discuss how to use film and storytelling to effect change and create social impact.
Danielle Glosser knows art and the business of art. She works with local artists to empower them as entrepreneurs, from showcase to selling their work.
Join us for a panel discussion about COVID-19 and the impact it is having on the DC area.
In this presentation, Dr. Mark Klaiman and Adam Gershowitz, DPT, will discuss major causes of low back pain and current treatment modalities, and offer advice on ways to not only manage, but prevent back pain through a healthy lifestyle approach.
As an advisor to the U.S. Women’s National Team on their equal pay lawsuit, GDS parent Molly Levinson will share an update on the status of the case and the efforts on behalf of the athletes as they prepare for trial later this spring.
Dr. Verbesey shares stories and information about one of the greatest gifts a person can give, and also receive benefits back.
This talk by Alisa Klein, meant to be accessible to high school students and other non-lawyers, takes a look at what Chief Justice Marshall said in his landmark 1818 opinion in McCulloch v. Maryland.
Malia Brink and Cait Clarke look at the release of inmates in jails and prisons to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in these facilities.
Dr. Sanjay Desai speaks to us live from The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
GDS parent Professor Henry Farrell from George Washington University and colleague Abraham Newman from Georgetown University discuss the global economy amidst the pandemic.