Georgetown Archives

Legendary Diplomat Madeline Albright Just Gave Trump Flunkie Devin Nunes a Big ‘F’ You

February 9, 2018

Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright was the first woman ever to hold such high office, but she was born Marie Jean “Madlenka” Korbel on May 15, 1937, in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Just a year later in 1938 Hitler and the Nazis…

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The Trump-Like Coward Who Attacked Disabled Man in Viral Video Also Stole From Military Graves (Video)

May 24, 2017

The disgusting Incident arry Baker was caught by a surveillance camera mocking and later assaulting a 22-year-old man with cerebral palsy. The incident brings up memories of then-candidate Donald Trump’s mocking of Serge Kovaleski, who has physical disabilities. The incident occurred outside a…

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College Making Historic And ‘Unprecedented’ Amends To Ancestors Of Slaves It Once Benefited From

September 1, 2016

Georgetown University Acknowledges Relationship To Slavery With Commendable Moves The college will establish a “living and evolving” memorial to the slaves off of which the school benefited. eorgetown University has announced some of the actions it will take to address…

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FBI Director’s ‘Bold’ Speech On ‘Hard Truths’ About Police And Race Doesn’t Hit Hard Enough (VIDEO)

February 14, 2015

On Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, February 12th, FBI Director James Comey gave a speech entitled ‘Hard Truths: Law Enforcement and Race’. The speech has been lauded as bold and in many ways, it was, focusing on the need for a continuing…

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