Category Archives: Equity & Social Justice

VTIPL Mid-November News – Native American Heritage Month – Happy Thanksgiving

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News November Native American Heritage Month – Happy Thanksgiving VTIPL Advocates for an Equitable Transportation Climate Initiative Pope Francis Discusses Beliefs, Climate with President-elect Joe Biden National IPL Hosts New Film on Youth Activist Greta Thunberg I Am Greta Food, Faith, Ecology: Grounding and Gratitude 11/19 God’s Call, Our […]

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Race & climate among Citizen’s Climate Lobby upcoming conference seminars

Call Congress on Dec. 3; Volunteer with Environmental Voter Project for Georgia runoffs; Year-end fundraiser kicks off on Giving Tuesday  CCL Newsletter, November 2020 Intersection of race & climate among topics for virtual conference seminars Climate change and racial justice were two of the biggest issues this year, and the intersection of those two concerns […]

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Pop up panel this Thursday at 5 pm – Governing For Justice!

Greetings! We are excited to announce an awesome pop-up panel this Thursday at 5 pm called Governing for Justice: Structuring our communities for equity, sovereignty and self-determination Register Here! Join us as we welcome new guests and returning speakers from our 6 part webinar series –  A Force to Be Reckoned With: Womxn and Femmes in VT’s Food System. Reflecting […]

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Peace & Justice Center news & Events: Supporting Black Economic Freedom

As the racial wealth divide continues to grow, we must support BIPOC who are building means for economic freedom. Black folks in Vermont and around New England are fighting an uphill battle against racism to build a life for themselves and community for other Black folks in the area. Can you throw your support behind […]

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Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and Beyond – Harvard Student Climate Conference Presents: Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and beyond – Nov. 21

We wanted to share an upcoming event that might be of interest. You need to have an email address that ends in “.edu” to register for the event. The Harvard Student Climate Conference presents: Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and beyond. This critical conversation on climate and racial justice will feature two leaders in […]

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Fair Trade Campaigns November Newsletter – highlighting Holly Francis ’20 Env. Studies & Policy

This year has been an absolute whirlwind! We hope that you and your families are staying healthy and feeling a little extra joy with the holidays right around the corner.  With the holidays also comes a hyper focus on food. That’s why this month for Fair Fall we are putting our focus on food justice. Read on to […]

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Burlington Progressive Party mayoral candidate debates and caucus

Burlington Progressives just announced their process for nominating a candidate for Mayor of Burlington and I would like to invite you to participate in the nomination process! Over the next few weeks we will host a series of candidate forums focused on issues impacting our city. Then, on December 1st, we will hold our nominating […]

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Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum YOU’RE INVITED Holiday Open House Saturday, December 5th: 10:00 am–4 pm Free Entry to Museum.  Great deals in the Museum Shop. A limited number of Rokeby-sourced Holiday door swags and wreaths for sale! Find a gift for everyone on your list and Support Rokeby Museum! New Hours through December 6th From October 31st to December […]

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Digital Artists/Social Media/Website Design Campaign Student Fellowships

The Change the Chamber campaign <https://www.changethechamber.org/> is taking action on the influence of Dark Money on our political system. TheUS Chamber of Commerce is the largest trade association in the US, but dueto its legal status as a 501(c)6 it can take money anonymously from donorsand member corporations, and then funnel it into any political […]

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Virtual Benefit Concert for Malayaka House – Nov. 22

Champlain College has a long history with the Malayaka House in Entebbe, Uganda, sending a group of students, faculty and staff to Uganda for several years.  Other groups in Vermont have a relationship with Malayaka House as well and want to share news of their upcoming benefit concert. Please spread the word! Below is a poster for a […]

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