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Voices of BIPOC Community Organizers in Vermont

Sunday, June 13, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2dMrVUmNss The aggregate of people identifying as non-white is expanding in the United States. Yet, Vermont remains the least racially diverse state in the U.S. The nation's population total of non-white (Census Bureau, 2021) was 42% in 2019. The percentage of Vermonters, by comparison, was 7.7%. Vermont must … Continue reading Voices of BIPOC Community Organizers in Vermont

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This video is meant to honor the life of George Floyd, and all those who have died from police violence since his murder. This video will play for nine minutes and twenty-nine seconds. We encourage you to sit with this video and images for the full time.

Voices of Black Women in Vermont

Sunday, May 30, 2021 • 2-4pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skO3XrdDOSI Black women live at an intersection of society that overlaps between race and gender. Consequently, they must work twice as hard to defy a historical fallacy that they are loud, angry, and intimidating. The Journal of Negro Education suggests an emotional, physiological, and psychological cost to gendered racism. … Continue reading Voices of Black Women in Vermont

Know Your Rights Workshop

TUESDAY, April 27, 6:00 - 7:00 PM • VIRTUAL MEETING Click here to register! The Aspiring NAACP Chapter at Castleton, in collaboration with the Rutland-Area Branch NAACP, has coordinated a Know Your Rights presentation. This session, facilitated by the Vermont ACLU, will provide tools for young Vermont residents to deal with police traffic stops and … Continue reading Know Your Rights Workshop