On Juneteenth, the Greater Washington Community Foundation hosted a virtual town hall to discuss systemic racism and how the DC community can come together for racial justice. The town hall featured a conversation between Dr. Rashawn Ray, Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, and the parents of 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III, Richard W. Collins Jr. and Dawn Collins. Their son was killed in 2017, in a hate crime, three days before he was set to graduate from Bowie State University. The Collins now pursue social justice at the local and national level, advocating to change unjust laws and systems. A message Program Officer Caitlin Furey Mayo heard loud and clear was – educate yourself and VOTE in all local elections! Watch the full recording here.