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Adrienne Kinne is a ten-year Army Veteran and an 11-year peace activist, now the Vice President of the Veterans For Peace US National Board of Directors. She has also served as the President of the Will Miller Green Mountain Veterans...
If you’ve been into the Peace & Justice Center, you know how integral the three components of Racial Justice, Peacework, and Fair Trade Education are into all they do. While each staff member has their area of expertise, the collaborative...
We, the 14 members of the Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball team, want to take this opportunity to continue the discussion we hope we started on Saturday, Nov. 4, when we took a knee before our game at the University...
Click here to read the statement from the 14 members of the Saint Mike’s men’s basketball team.   “We are all the leaves of one tree. We are all the waves of one sea.” Thich Nhat Hanh I glanced up...
I have never been inspired more than when I was a March for Our Lives in D.C. shouting with 850,000 other people that “Enough is enough” and we need to “Vote them out!” (A reference to the politicians taking money...
Afghan Peace Volunteers and friends celebrate International Day of Peace in Kabul, Sept 2017 March 1, 2018 Here in Kabul, as the rising sun begins to warm our chilly rooms, I hear excited laughter from downstairs. Rosemary Morrow, a renowned...
Last month, the Peace & Justice Center hosted an anti-militarism game night at the University Of Vermont Interfaith Center. It was a great success! The games included Jeopardy and Jenga with a trivia twist, incorporating questions about various different military...
As you know, our campaign to stop the F-35 from coming to Burlington scored a major victory with the passage of Ballot Item #6 last week, by a solid 55-45% margin. (It got more votes than Miro Weinberger did!)Now our...
Conversations from the Open Road is a program that brings together high school students and journalists to travel, listen to stories, engage in tough conversations, and transform their experiences into digital media. Here are a few testimonies from students, and...
When I started coming to the Peace and Justice Center’s Toxic Whiteness Discussion Group, I wasn’t sure what to expect. In my head I even scoffed at the idea of an intentionally white discussion — what good could that do...