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W&J Students Help Create Community Space in Downtown Washington

November 8, 2021

In the Moment with Frank Wu: Confronting Anti-Asian Racism

May 12, 2021

Virtual in Zoom (Click here to register in advance) Join us for this virtual session with Frank Wu, President of Queens College, City University of New York, as well as other members of our campus community. The session will address the lived experiences of anti-Asian hate and bias, explore the historical context, while examining actionable …  

FINAL Refugee Voices Event

April 9, 2021

Come learn about Marianela and her experience as a Venezuelan refugee!   Join Zoom Meetinghttps://washjeff-edu.zoom.us/j/4236630833?pwd=d3pNZmRYdEt5c0NGVUZmZGcyOElRdz09 Meeting ID: 423 663 0833Passcode: refugee

Refugee Voices Series Event

March 19, 2021

Come learn about Mona and her experience as a refugee from Syria. Join the Zoom session here. The password is ‘refugee’.

What’s Zipcode got to do with it?

February 19, 2021

For Black History Month, the Office of Community Engagement will be facilitating a workshop exploring how systemic structures related to city planning such as zip codes, property value, and access to healthy food perpetuate the cycle of poverty and disproportionately impact Black communities.

Live Interview with Damarion Geter

February 9, 2021

Tune into W&J’s radio station, WNJR, at 91.7 FM at 1pm for a live interview with Damarion Geter, newest member of Student Health and Counseling Services, for a discussion about mental health and Black History Month.