Articles tagged: GUPR


Students celebrate Blaxa Block, made possible by GUPR student organizing

Content warning: This article discusses anti-Black hate speech and systemic violence. When LaHannah Giles (CAS ’23) experienced a racist hate crime on Georgetown’s campus in April 2022, they felt like... Read more


Georgetown Protects Racists officially ends sit-in protest, aims to continue anti-racism work

On Friday, Feb. 10, Georgetown Protects Racists (GUPR) announced the end of its sit-in protests during a community meeting at 1 p.m.


GUPR sit-ins resume in Healy following university’s inconclusive report

GUPR resumed its sit-in after the investigation of the racist hate crime perpetrated against LaHannah Giles came back inconclusive.


Georgetown, serve justice for LaHannah now—and restructure your institutions so this does not happen again

The university must develop comprehensive institutional mechanisms to achieve justice for survivors of hate crimes.