Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebrations: Panel - The Disproportionate Number of Minorities Incarcerated in Vermont

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A panel discussion on “The Disproportionate Number of Minorities Incarcerated in Vermont.” Introduction by Patrick Brown. Moderator/opening comments by Ame Lambert, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Champlain College.  Panelists include:

Robert Appel, former Executive Director of the Vermont Human Rights Commissin; Eileen Blackwood, Burlington City Attorney, Jacob Bogre, Executive Director of the Association of Africans Living in Vermont, T.J. Donovan, Chittenden County State's Attorney; Cindy Maguire, Assitant Attorney Genera; Rashad Shabazz, Professor of Geography, Black Cultural Studies and Gender Studeis at UVM; Wanda Hines, Director of Social Equity Investment, City of Burlington.

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