80 year old Elsa Dahl shares her record breaking participation in the sport of weighlifting. She speaks with Antonio L. Nazario on her training, skill and motivation.
Former Burlington High School athlete, University of New Hampshire football captain, and bilateral amputee Muji Karim speaks to students and the community about Running to Rio for the World Paralympic Games.
Muji Karin went to Burlington High School in Vermont, the University of New Hampshire in Durham, and now lives in Massachusetts. Because of the high interest in Muji’s amazing story, Next Step and Burlington High School host this talk for members of the press and student athletes. To donate, go to: https://www.crowdrise.com/MujiKarimRunningToRio/fundraiser/mujikarim
1st Wednesdays presents The Duel: Aaron Burr vs. Alexander Hamilton, presented by Willard Sterne Randall. Was it murder or suicide when the vice president of the United States killed the first secretary of the treasury in a duel?
Kevin Brooks is an inspirational speaker on the issues of alcohol abuse prevention and safety. After 2 days of presentations to students at Hunt middle school and the Burlington High School, he presents his topics to parents and caregivers in this evening talk sponsored by the Burlington Partnership for a Healthy Community. For more on kevin visit: http://www.kevinbrooks.ca
Senator Patrick Leahy: FBI Director Comey and Digital Investigation Center at Champlain College 04/24/2015
At the invitation of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey visits Vermont. Together, Leahy and Comey will tour the digital laboratory – the Leahy Center for Digital Investigation – at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. Champlain College President Don Laackman will join Leahy and Comey on a tour, followed by a press conference.
The Stamp Stampede is a movement to legally stamp messages on money to #GetMondyOut of politics. It aims to amend the US Constitution and states that corporations are not people and money is not free speech. More information at: www.StampStampede.org
Vermont Peace and Justice Center
Judge Ben Joseph speaks with Elizabeth Truscott, UVM Social Work student on programs aimed at transitioning people back into society from incarceration.
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