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YouTube issues a warning: This video may be inappropriate for some viewers.” Assurances must then be given by said viewers that they “understand and wish to proceed’’ before being permitted to watch a Palestinian child be gunned down in an...
Hi, all… my name is Tim. I’m currently in my senior year at UVM studying Political Science with a minor in Public Policy Analysis. I’ve long been inspired by the varied initiatives of the Peace and Justice Center, so I’m...
Hey friends!! My name is Bridget Manning, I am a senior at Champlain College, and I am the fair trade intern at the Peace and Justice Center. Outside of school I am super passionate about the environment and how we...
Hello everyone! My name is McKenzie Imhoff, I am a Sophomore at the University of Vermont, and I am one of the Racial Justice Interns this fall. I am currently studying Sociology with a concentration in Crime and Criminal Justice as...
Hi! I’m Cecily Breen (she/her), and I’m currently a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School. I’m so excited to work with the Peace and Justice Center because I plan to study international relations and social justice in college, and...
Hi! My name is Ryan (she/her/hers), and I’m one of the Programming & Fundraising interns at the Peace & Justice Center for this upcoming fall semester. I graduated from Oberlin College in December 2016, where I majored in both creative...
Hi, my name is Hayley Martin and I am a new programming intern at the Peace and Justice Center. As a recent graduate from the University of Vermont and a resident of the state for almost five years, I could...
Hello! My name is Deanna (she/her) and I am the new Volunteer Coordinator Intern for the fall. I am from Poughkeepsie, New York and I am currently studying Community and International Development at the University of Vermont. I am really...
I am a poet. I am a water protector. I’m also a being with memory. An enormous watershed of memory. I’m also a white person in America evaluating the values I hold. Better to evaluate how I Walk, not what...
On September 3, as we celebrated Labor Day in Vermont, the jobs of more than 30,000 Palestinians who work for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency  (UNRWA) were put at risk by the Trump administration’s sudden cancellation of U.S....