Nick Carter speaks with Jen Berger, producer of the Salmagundi Project, a series of variety shows that aim to bridge the gap between socially minded artists and creative activists.
Channel 17 Testimonial - Why does Senator Ginny Lyons, Channel 17 Trustee representing the Town of Williston, appreciate community access?
Channel 17 Testimonial - Why does Elaine Sopchak, Channel 17 Trustee representing the Village of Essex Junction, appreciate community access?
The Charlotte News celebrates 55 years with a community fundraising campaign. Guests Brett Sigurdson, Editor-in-Chief and Meg Smith Co-chair of the Charlotte News Board of Directors will discuss the history and future of the paper.You'll find some info on the paper and Thrive @55 campaign here: http://www.thecharlottenews.org/support-the-news.html.
Host Lauren-Glenn Davitian speaks with Nate Herzog of StoryHackVT. StoryhackVT is a contest styled in the tradition of a computer hackathon, but instead of writing code, we’re writing stories. Part of the 2013 Tech Jam, storyhackvt.com is a 24 hour competition that takes place on October 19th and 20th. The public will vote on the winning entries. More information at http://storyhackvt.com
Conversation on Race Now (C.O.R.N.) facilitated community conversation on the Trayvon Martin - George Zimmerman decision. The dialogue begins with a viewing of President Obama's remarks shortly after the legal decision to clear Mr. Zimmerman of all charges. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Carmola with the United Way of Chittenden County, speaks with host Lauren-Glenn Davitian on collecting data with surveys and basic analysis with spreadsheet techniques.
Amy Carmola with the United Way of Chittenden County, speaks with host Lauren-Glenn Davitian on collecting data and analyzing them with basic spreadsheet techniques.
Amy Carmola with the United Way of Chittenden County, speaks with host Lauren-Glenn Davitian on collecting data with basic survey techniques.
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