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Black Georgetown Remembered

Information submitted by Georgetown University Neighborhood News.

You are invited to a panel discussion celebrating the commemorative 25th anniversary edition of Black Georgetown Remembered at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall.

Black Georgetown Remembered chronicles the rich but little-known history of the Georgetown black community from the colonial period to the present. Seating will be first-come, first-served. Books will be available for purchase before and after the event. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jackie Beilhart at 202-687-9298.

RSVP required for this free event.

Moderator: Maurice Jackson, Georgetown University


  • Valerie Babb, University of Georgia
  • Kathleen Menzie Lesko, Huntington Library
  • Vernon H. Ricks, Jr, Mount Zion United Methodist Church
  • Monica Roaché, Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner
  • Neville Waters, III, Fifth Generation Georgetowner

For more information about resources available at Georgetown University for our neighbors, please visit our website or contact us at

Earlier Event: February 22
Duke Ellington School archaeology
Later Event: February 25
Georgetown Arts 2016