The City of Burlington in partnership with the Vermont Workers' Center and the Barre Granite Cutters Association created a new Workers' Memorial at Battery Park in Burlington to commemorate working people who have died, been injured or become disabled on the job. Vermont Workers' Center and local labor unions mark the memorial and day, with stories of family members and individuals who have been impacted by death, injury or illness on the job.
Monthly call in show hosted by Preservation Burlington. Ron Wanamaker speaks with Preservation Trust Executive Director Paul Bruhn.
Dan Higgin video on Rock Lotto. First annual event presented by Girls Rock Vermont and the Monkey House. Rock Lotto is a unique; collaborative; improvisational; band-in-a-day music extravaganza. 25 musicians will get together at 10 a.m. Five bands will be randomly formed; and the musicians have that day to put together a four song; 20 minute set. The bands gather back at the Monkey House 9 p.m. for the live performance. Girls Rock Vermont will also be running an instrument drive the same day of the event. They will take instruments and gear in any shape or condition. Instruments may be brought during the morning meeting of the musicians or to the show in the evening. All proceeds from the Rock Lotto will go to Girls Rock Vermont. For information or to sign up to participate contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Saturday, May 5,
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A culmination of the annual Neighborhood Night of Success and the Legacy Town Meeting, this event honors the dozens of residents who volunteer their time to serve on a city board or commission. In addition, the Burlington Legacy Plan will seek community input on our shared vision.
This lecture and discussion at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, VT is about French language newspapers in New England led by Dr. Carole Salmon, Assistant Professor of French Studies and Culture for UMASS at Lowell.
A community discussion of next steps after the release of Uncommon Alliance Race Data Collection Report. Presentation of Race Data Report by Stephanie Seguino, UVM Economics Professor. Q & A Panel: Lianne Tuomey, UVM Police Chief; Steve McQueen, Winooski Police Chief, Mike Schirling, Burlington Police Chief, Trevor Whipple, South Burlington Police Chief, Stephanie Seguino, UVM Economics Professor, Robert Appel Executive Director, Vermont Human Rights Commission. Moderated by Wanda Hines, Uncommon Alliance Steering Committee. Community Feedback facilitated by Dr. Sherwood Smith, Director, Center for Cultural Pluralism, UVM.
A discussion about the recently released Race Data Collection Report findings and ways to better help the community understand the need to continue to build and promote public trust through; accountability, transparency and on going dialogue.
PANEL: Matty Tanner, Stephanie Seguino, Trevor Whipple and Wanda Hines; MC
1:00 AMWilliston Selectboard
5:40 AMEmerald Ash Borer Awareness
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