Category Archives: Equity & Social Justice

Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Reposted From: Rokeby Museum E-Bird WorkshopSeptember 24th9 AM – 10:30 AM Calling all birders and citizen scientists! Gather at Rokeby on Ferrisburgh Day Weekend to learn how to use eBird. This exciting app can enhance your birding experience while contributing valuable information to a worldwide conservation database. All you need is a well-charged electronic device. eBird can be […]

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Vermont First African Landing Week (August 22-27)

It’s Vermont First African Landing Week! You are encouraged to: Tell your people! Support or Sponsor the event Volunteer or just sign up and show up for this FREE event First the 1619 Traveling Exhibit opens to the public at the Richard Kemp Center tomorrow from 5:00 PM till 7:00 PM.  The exhibit will remain […]

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USCRI Vermont is hiring a Community Partnership Coordinator and other ways to engage

View the August 2022 newsletter in your browser USCRI Vermont is hiring a Community Partnership Coordinator – The full time position will be responsible for implementing and managing family friends, volunteer, and community partnership programs in northern and central Vermont. These programs are designed to:  – Expand and strengthen engagement of local community groups, faith-based […]

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Free Workshop for Faculty: Rise Up: How Faculty Can Respond to the Challenges of Our Time (June 6-8)

Join Us for a Free Faculty Development Training!With our planet in crisis and communities being impacted by growing challenges, higher education is called to action to take the lead in addressing two of the world’s most pressing social issues: Climate Change and Food Insecurity. In service to the highest ideals of democracy, faculty are well positioned […]

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Vermont Council on World Affairs Presents: Developing a More Inclusive Approach to Climate Change Policy – May 5

The third event of the Vermont Council on World Affairs 2022 International Speaker Series., focusing on Developing a More Inclusive Approach to Climate Change Policy includes a full day of virtual programming and in-person evening reception at Champlain College on Thursday, May 5th.  If any Champlainers would like to attend, kindly let Christina Erickson know by May 1st.

“Who We Are” Documentary Screening, Become a PJC Intern and more!

Join us April 7th at 6pm for a poetry reading and Q+A with Reuben Jackson!-Grace Pfeil, Community Engagement Manager In This Issue‘Who We Are’ Documentary ScreeningBecome a PJC Intern!VTPOC Network Storytelling EventPJC Author Series with Reuben JacksonFair Housing WorkshopPJC Spring Sale Click here to visit our fair trade, local, and educational store! April 4th, 2022“Who We Are” Documentary […]

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Fair Trade for Planet & People

April is Earth Month, and we’re excited to announce the launch of our Fair Trade for Planet & People campaign!At Fair Trade USA, we recognize the interconnectedness of planet and people, and the critical role that fair trade plays in promoting the prosperity of both. For us to thrive and create a world that can sustain […]

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VTIPL March 2022 Newsletter – Register Now for Our Spring Conference!

Photo courtesy Donna C. RobertsGreen Mountains, Blue Water NewsLimits to Growth: Finding Pathways to a Sustainable Future – Register Now for VTIPL Spring Conference – April 24, Norwich, VTVTIPL Virtual Screening of Film, Youth v. Gov, with Youth Panel – April 14Bill McKibben: This is How We Defeat Putin & Other Petrostate AutocratsIPCC 6th Assessment Report – Extent […]

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VOICES, VISIONARIES-FREE conference – April 7

The Social Work Program AND The SWK Honor Society is pleased to co-host this simulcast amazing Howard Center Annual Conference opportunity. The speakers are excellent, and represent expertise in many disciplines. FREE! NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!!!!! Plesae share with your students. If you’d like attendance kept, just say the word. Students are welcome to pop in and out throughout the day. 9-4. Freeman […]

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 Join The Food Corps! Deadline March 31

Hannah Joseph, FoodCorps service member, teaches plant parts in Bronx, New York.There’s one week left to apply!FoodCorps is looking for our next class of service members to serve up change. Are you or someone you know planning to apply? The application deadline is next Thursday, March 31. Interviews are underway, so submit your application soon!  These full-time, […]

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