Event is one of several steps President Thomas LeBlanc said the university would take after an offensive social media post.
The George Washington University will continue the discussion about race relations and inclusion on campus with a town hall for students next week.
“Moving Forward Together: A Town Hall Conversation about Race at GW” will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Feb. 27 in the Marvin Center first floor multipurpose space near Panera Bread.
The event is one of several steps President Thomas LeBlanc said the university would take after an offensive social media post circulated online.
During the event, Dr. LeBlanc and other university administrators will answer questions and hear concerns from students, who also will have the opportunity to talk in small groups to share ideas about the actions the university has previously announced or offer ideas about additional action items.