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Education and Enrichment for Everyone: An Economist's Perspective on Current U.S. Trade Policy 03/15/2019

FOCUS: Using Technology to Support Trafficking Survivors 03/11/2019

Nadando Contra la Corriente con Justicia Migrante: Episodio 21 - Arrancamos el año organizando 03/07/2019

Irish Consul General Fionnuala Quinlan on the Good Friday Agreement 03/06/2019

Addiction in Vermont Part 2 - The Evidence-Based Model to Decrease Addiction 03/03/2019

Sandy Baird Commentary: Venezuela - The Monroe Doctrine 02/27/2019

What's Going On?: Venezuela with Peter Lackowski 02/22/2019

Exploring Strategies for Youth: Finland’s Approach to Youth Work 02/22/2019

Education and Enrichment for Everyone: The Treaty of Versailles - Did It Bring Peace? 02/22/2019

Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: African American Slave Biographies from the Canadian Maritimes 02/17/2019

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Leahy, Sanders And Welch Back Legislation To Restore Net Neutrality

In a joint statement, Leahy, Sanders, and Welch said: “A free and open internet is essential to our economy, a free flow of ideas, creativity, and participatory democracy. The Administration’s decision to repeal net neutrality is bad for our democracy and bad for consumers and entrepreneurs, especially in rural areas, and a gift to the big telecom companies who can now pick and choose who has access to the internet and at what speed. Our legislation will reverse this anti-consumer move and ensure that the internet remains open and accessible to all Americans.”

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