George Mason University’s 1st black president tackles racism, COVID-19

President Gregory Washington

The largest and most diverse public university in Virginia is overhauling how it handles issues of race on campus.

After a summer of protests and public health crises, George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, is piloting an aggressive anti-racism agenda that school officials hope will become a model for the nation.

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