Cultural Diversity Series: Whiteness in Vermont

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A presentation of the Cultural Diversity Series of the Diversity and Equity Office of the Burlington School district and Fletcher Free Library. What does it mean to be white in Vermont?  Three panelists (Patricia Shine, Deborah Krug, and Jonathan Kissam) from different backrounds respond to this question and share their culture through narrative.

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