Today in the city Georgetown 28.04.2017
Episode 767: Georgetown, Louisiana, Part Two

In 1838, the Maryland Jesuits sold 272 people, slaves, to pay the debts of Georgetown University. We talk with the descendants about what - if anything - they're owed.


A Georgetown professor reveals what it was like to talk to OJ Simpson after bashing him on national television

Het bericht A Georgetown professor reveals what it was like to talk to OJ Simpson after bashing him on national television verscheen eerst op Business Insider.


Dr. Sebastian Gorka to Astroturf Protesters: You Are ‘Victims of Fake News’

An astroturf protest campaign targeted Donald Trump's national security adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka Monday, who appeared on a panel on cyber security at Georgetown University. Gorka branded the protes...


Alles wat je wilt weten over Amber Heard, mogelijk de nieuwe liefde van Elon Musk

Amber Heard is pas 31 jaar maar heeft al een aardig indrukwekkende carrière als actrice. De geruchten over een relatie tussen haar en Elon Musk worden steeds sterker. Het bericht Alles wat je wilt wet...


Episode 766: Georgetown, Louisiana, Part One

For the residents of a small Louisiana town, there's always been a question about their past: How'd they get there? Solving the mystery only raised more questions.



Cannes’ Critics Week Unveils Full Lineup of 56th Edition

PARIS– Cannes Film Festival’ Critics Week, the parallel section dedicated to first and second films, will open this year with “Sicilian Ghost Story” from Fabio Grassadonia and...


Duke Transfer Sean Obi Chooses Maryland over Georgetown, Georgia Tech

Duke graduate transfer Sean Obi will reportedly play for the Maryland Terrapins next season. On Thursday, Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com reported the news and noted Obi chose Maryland over the likes of Geor...


Georgetown University Formally Apologizes For Role In Slavery

In 1838, 272 slaves were forced to board ships in America’s capital and sold like cargo to plantations in Louisiana. The sellers were Jesuits, part of the Catholic religious order that helped es...


Georgetown University Renames Buildings for Enslaved People

Georgetown University and the group of Catholic priests that founded the Washington, D.C. school have apologized for selling slaves in 1838 in order to raise money to pay off the college's debts.


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