“What does social justice look like during a pandemic and a time of racial turmoil?

George Mason University’s John Mitchell Jr. Program for History, Justice and Race (JMJP) has been busy answering that question.

‘We started off trying to figure out a way to promote racial healing,’ said JMJP founder and Carter School professor Charles Chavis. ‘Our work is twofold: promoting narrative change and social transformation.’”

Read the news story by Mariam Aburdeineh