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On Tuesday, August 4th, 9:00am-1:30pm join us at the Peace & Justice Center, 60 Lake Street, Burlington, VT for this workshop. This workshop is designed for participants to increase their skills as allies who can effectively build support with and for...
We would like to say a very special thank you to all the people who came to the event last night, many of whom joining in by reading and others who participated as an attentive and gracious audience. A huge...
A big thank you to all who participated in this month’s kids clubs! Young people are an integral part of social justice movements now and have been in our history. Together at the two different events kids and adult family...
A big thank you to all who participated in this month’s kids clubs! Young people are an integral part of social justice movements now and have been in our history. Together at the two different events kids and adult family...
As a community, we invite you to the steps of Burlington City Hall on the 163rd anniversary of Frederick Douglass’ speech to reconsider the meaning of racial justice and freedom through a historic lens as we celebrate our nation’s independence day....
As a community, we invite you to the steps of Burlington City Hall on the 163rd anniversary of Frederick Douglass’ speech to reconsider the meaning of racial justice and freedom through a historic lens as we celebrate our nation’s independence day....
There will be a silent candlelight vigil on tonight (June 19th) from 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM in front of the First Unitarian Universalist Society (top of Church St.) in Burlington for the victims of the Charleston massacre. This vigil...
As an interracial couple, here are a few reasons why  Loving Day, and the Supreme Court decision (Loving v. Virginia) that it commemorates, matters to us: Prior to 1965, we could not have wed in Indiana, the state that our...
I first learned about truth and justice in first grade when my class was studying the Ten Commandments and we were on number five, “Thou Shall Not Steal”. Sr. Mary Gilbertetta told a story about a boy from a family...