Category Archives: Equity & Social Justice

Winter 2019 Newsletter from Vermont Ibutwa Initiative

Of particular interest are the “Action Steps to a Better World for the Women and Families Ibutwa Supports” – 3 things you can do! “If you would like to extend your support of Ibutwa and the clients we serve to a broader “big picture” level, here are three things you can do: Help us educate […]

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LCC Jan 2019 E-news – Ice Volcanoes, The Long Winter, Pickling Sidewalks, Water News & More

Lake Champlain Committee January 2019 E-news Below is the January 2019 edition of the Lake Champlain Committee (LCC) Enewsletter. It includes nature notes, clean lake tips for winter, articles about ice volcanoes and the winter solstice, and water news from near and far. It comes to you with our deep thanks for your past membership […]

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Music for Malayaka: Benefit Concert – February 7

Join us for an evening of exquisite music, food, and raising money for the annual service trip to Uganda. Thursday, February 7th, 7pm, CCM Gallery Lounge The evening’s concert will include works by: Mozart, Dvorak, Shostakovitch and the Danish String Quartet. Feature location musicians including: Jane Kittredge, Brooke Quiggins-Saulnier, Letitia Qaunte on violins, Ana Ruesink […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – January 2019

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News January 2019 In this newsletter: Congregational Watershed Manual – Available Soon! Opening Day People Power Lobby – January 9, State House Climate Action Plan for 2019 Transportation & Climate Initiative to Design Low-Carbon Policy 15-Year-Old Greta Thunberg’s Address at Climate Change Conference Talking with Evangelicals About Climate Change Reminder: […]

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MLK 2019 Keynote Speaker Announcement: Marcus Wicker

Dear Champlain College Community, It is my pleasure to announce Marcus Wicker as the keynote speaker for Champlain College’s 2019 Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. Marcus Wicker is the recipient of a Ruth Lilly Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation, a Pushcart Prize, The Missouri Review’s Miller Audio Prize, as well as fellowships from […]

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Hopeful news: The Real Impact of Real Food

Brand new farms and food businesses. More job opportunities. Small enterprises, eager to grow, finally scaling up and family farms going organic. A Real Food economy is here and growing — and this growth is anchored by institutions of higher ed. That’s the picture that emerges from our new report. More than $82 million has been […]

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News, Internships, & Events with the Peace & Justice Center

Courtesy of the Peace & Justice Center Lots of easy things to do to support Migrants in VT and in Mexico Click here for quarterly Peace & Justice Newsletter. In This Issue PJC Internships ACLU Job Opening Donations for Homeless Population From the blog: An Interview with Pierrevy Polyte: Coffee and Community Human Rights Day Community […]

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Conflict Minerals in Solar Panels by Holly Francis ’20

Firstly, here is my official research report write up on my class’s designated Blogger. It is quite a lengthy post, but one that I am deeply excited to share and contains information that truly needs to be spread: http://ccfall2018reeshmeth.blogspot.com/2018/11/solar-panels-are-considered-renewable.html For those who did not know much about conflict minerals… my research report explains what they are […]

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News & Events from the Peace & Justice Center

The PJC works within Vermont but we can impact Yemen, Iran, Palestine, and more. Click here for quarterly Peace & Justice Newsletter. In This Issue Abolish Ice Legal Fees Keep Families Together Fundraiser Voices from Palestine From the blog: Medea Benjamin PJC Internships The Greatest Silence: Rape in Congo Community Calendar Action Highlight: Yemen & Saudi […]

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