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Last Thursday 09/29/2016

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A discourse on national politics, Vermont political Parties, and the role of artists in society with Marc Estrin, Mannie Lionni, and Charles Simpson.

America's Constitution - Progress & Promise 09/21/2016

America's Constitution- Progress & Promise September. - The Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth presents: Elizabeth Wydra, President, Constitutional Accountability Center, to speak on historical roots of the pressing constitutional issues of our time – fede

#NoDAPL Solidarity Action! 09/13/2016

The Camp of the Sacred Stones and the Red Warrior Camp, both leading the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, have put out a call for solidarity actions that target the corporations and financial institutions that are building and financing this pipeline through native lands.

Michels Corporation - the contractor building the Dakota Access Pipeline through the land of the Standing Rock Sioux - is also building the fracked gas pipeline in western Vermont.

In solidarity with the #NoDAPL resistance, join Vermont's pipefighters and march onto an active Vermont Gas/Michels pipeline construction site to shut them down for the day. Activists hold up the indigenous-led struggle 1500 miles away and raise money to send to this resistance out west.

Feminist Media Review: Peggy Luhrs Discusses Phyllis Schlafly, Fracking, and the Standing Rock Reservation 09/12/2016

Host Peggy Luhrs discusses topics including Phyllis Schlafly, fracking, and the Standing Rock Reservation standoff.

Woodchuck Report: Bonnie Scott Discusses the Johnson/Weld Campaign, Vaccines, and Homeschooling 09/09/2016

Host Bonnie Scott discusses the Johnson/Weld presedential campaign with guests V. Chase, Libertarian candidate for State Representative Essex-2, and Mathieu Bergeron, State Director of Vermonters for Johnson/Weld. She also talks about vaccines, homeschooling, and other issues of the day.

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Racism and the Culture of Policing 09/07/2016

Nekima Levy-Pounds, Keynoter, Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo, respondent. Dr. Nekima Levy-Pounds is a civil rights attorney, freedom fighter, legal scholar, blogger, and nationally recognized expert on issues at the intersections of race, public policy, economic justice, public education, juvenile justice, and the criminal justice system. In 2016, she received the Distinguished Service Award from the Governor's Commission on Martin Luther King Day. In 2015, she was named one of “40 Under 40” by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. In 2014, she was named a “Minnesota Attorney of the Year” by Minnesota Lawyer and recognized as one of “50 Under 50 Most Influential Law Professors of Color in the Country” by Lawyers of Color magazine. She currently serves as the President of the Minneapolis NAACP and as an advisor to Black Lives Matter Minneapolis.

Policy and History of American Infrastructure 08/29/2016

Policy and History of American Infrastructure with Charles White

Happy Collaborator 08/26/2016

A poignant documentary by Mike Hazard that portrays George Stoney as a filmmaker, teacher of film, and media activist. George is widely known as "the father of public access."

Do Not Resist Documentary Film - Post-Screening Discussion 08/25/2016

Vermont International Film Foundation screens Do Not Resist, a documentary film by Craig Atkinson, offering a stunning look at the current state of policing in America and a glimpse into the future. 

Seth Jarvis moderates a post-screening discussion with Director Craig Atkinson, Producer/Co-Editor Laura Hartrick and Burlington Deputy Chief of Police Shawn Burke.

Last Thursday 08/25/2016

A discourse on national politics, Vermont political Parties, and the role of artists in society with Marc Estrin, Mannie Lionni, and Charles Simpson.

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