Category Archives: Equity & Social Justice

Pull Against Poverty – Sept. 14

PULL AGAINST POVERTY, championed by Switchback, is a tug-of-war event that started in 2017 to raise funds for CVOEO’s programs to fight poverty. Get a team together and help your neighbors… Our goal this year is to raise $20,000 to support the Good Food Truckwhich serves thousands of free nutritious meals in the summer to children in neighborhoods […]

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Peace & Justice Center job opening and other ways to be involved

 We see more clearly than ever the ways that racial capitalism, militarism, and climate chaos feed off of and depend on each other. There are ways for everyone to be involved in this movement of movements. Click here for the quarterly Peace & Justice Newsletter. In This Issue PJC Marketing Volunteer Sign the petition: no wall […]

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Burlington’s Pride Parade & Festival – Sept. 8th

There are Many Ways to Help Out! Volunteer to staff the Pride Festival at Battery Park – especially if you’re a great stage manager, an expert tent raiser, a greeter extraordinaire, or a pro cleanup crew. Volunteer to guide the Pride Parade up Church Street. Parade volunteers get to watch the parade in action close-up, […]

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Lily Mason ’18 is making the world a bit fairer…

 ‌  ‌  ‌ FAIR TRADE 101 NEWS ORGANIZE CONFERENCE Hayunan Wangse (pictured) started fishing yellow fin tuna more than 15 years ago, when he was 21. Today, he’s a member of a Fair Trade Certified fishing association in the Maluku Islands in Indonesia. June 8 is World Oceans Day, and we’re celebrating with sustainable seafood. Check out these recipes for […]

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Celebrate Earth Day with Fair Trade Campaigns!

Happy Earth Day from Fair Trade Campaigns! Earth Day is April 22. Sharing the fair by participating in educational events is a great way to support the planet and people who are making our goods. Learn how Fair Trade initiatives protect the environment in our 101 guide: bit.ly/FTEnviro101 Fashion Revolution Looking Back to Move Forward On […]

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Champlain College students attend National Fair Trade Conference by Ariel Simpson ’21

This year’s Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference held in Chicago, IL was Fair Trade Campaign’s 2nd annual national conference. Champlain students have attended both this year’s and last year’s conferences, and I personally attended both. My name is Ariel Simpson and I am a Sophomore Environmental Studies & Policy major working for the Center for […]

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Upcoming Events with Champlain’s Women’s & Gender Center

The Women’s and Gender Center invites you to attend a variety of campus-wide events. See below for details, and see attached for flyers. Nonbinary in the Workforce Monday, April 1st at 6pm in Alumni Auditorium Hear from local nonbinary professionals about their career experiences. Panelists include: David Waller, Gustavo Mercado Muñiz, Nell Carpenter, Holly Painter, and Lola […]

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Dr. Emily Bernard speaking at Champlain Tuesday 4/9 7:30 pm

The Core Division, in conjunction with Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion, and the Provost’s Office, is excited to be bringing Dr. Emily Bernard to our campus! Dr. Bernard, a professor of Critical Race & Ethnic Studies at UVM, will be discussing her latest book of essays, Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, […]

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15th Annual Race, Gender, and Sexuality Student Conference

Please join UVM’s Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program and the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at the 15th Annual Race, Gender, and Sexuality Student Conference, featuring Guillermo Gómez-Peña: The Most (un)Documented Mexican Artist with cameos by Baltrónica Gómez aka: “The Phantom Mariachi” Thursday, March 28th, 2019 12:30pm-4:15pm Livak Ballroom, Dudley H. Davis Center 6:00pm-7:30pm ArtsRiot, 400 Pine […]

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