Georgetown Law Represents Plaintiffs in Lawsuit Challenging Public Charge Rule

Attorneys at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection are representing plaintiffs in challenging a new public charge rule issued by the Department of Homeland Security, allowing immigration officials to deny green cards to low-income immigrants based on speculation that the person may at some point temporarily receive a small amount of certain public benefits.


Religion and Race: The Future of Anti-Racism and the Catholic Church

Georgetown’s Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and the Archdiocese of Washington’s DCCatholic Young Adult Ministry Theology on Tap program will co-host a panel of young Black Catholic leaders to discuss the history with…

Faith, Latinos, and the 2020 Campaign

On the day of the discussion, all who have RSVP’d will receive an email with a link and step-by-step instructions on how to join the online conversation. Latino voters could be decisive in the November elections. As the United States faces…