“This is about freedom and justice and raising dignity for artisans – about helping and showing their stories,” Carolyn Wetherby said.
On what to do, he said that Vermonters and Americans need to be brave and speak out on issues. He said running for local office such as select boards or school boards is a great way to start.
What makes confronting these people and their ideas sometimes challenging is they present themselves at a moral high ground working for justice and doing what’s right.
From flood info to apartment appliance guides, Vermont Language Justice Project aims to translate it all.
With widespread community support for affected farms and potential funding on the way, farmers are holding out hope for themselves and others that they can recover from their losses.
Matthew Lyon (1749–1822) was the first person to be prosecuted under the Sedition Act of 1798.
Milton is moving forward – thanks to public servants like Don Turner. Third in a series, “Vermonters Making A Difference.”
Second interview in a VDC interview series: a Bosnian immigrant and nurse who teaches soccer and life skills to Winooski children, including many children of immigrants.
Rutland is a great place to raise a family, even as city leaders work on housing, police recruitment, and opioid epidemic challenges, Mayor David Allaire says.