Saturday, March 9, 8:30 am to 2:30 pm • Grace Congregational Church, Rutland Registration coming soon! As concerns about government-sponsored violence and discrimination toward immigrants—in particular non-white people who are assumed to be undocumented immigrants— continues to dominate national and local news, Vermonters are more vocally expressing confusion, concern, and outrage over what is happening … Continue reading Know Your Rights
Joint Statement of Vermont Branches of NAACP & ACLU of Vermont In Response to Reports That Bennington Officials Failed to Disclose Key Evidence in Kiah Morris Investigation FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb 11, 2019 Bennington, Vt.—The Vermont branches of the NAACP and the ACLU of Vermont are calling for a broader inquiry following revelations that Bennington officials failed … Continue reading Joint Statement of Vermont Branches of NAACP & ACLU of Vermont
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 • 6 PM – 8 PM Join us for a conversation with T.J. Donovan, Vermont's Attorney General. We'll be talking about the justice system, including bail reform and private and out-of-state prisons, hate crimes, and bias. Open to the public, light refreshments will be available.
We wanted to share with you a letter written by Tabitha Pohl-Moore and Steffen Gillom that has been signed by many justice leaders across the state. These leaders-along with many others-work tirelessly to make Vermont what it is and we think it is important to raise as many voices as possible as we speak about … Continue reading Open letter to the progressive movement
We are pleased to present you with our first ever Candidate Inquiry Report. This report compiles information received from candidates from local and state positions in Vermont as well as responses from candidates seeking election to federal positions. The goal is to provide Vermonters with insight into the attitudes and beliefs as well as intentions … Continue reading Candidate Survey Results