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Racial Healing

‘Racism in America and Why We Should Care’ – Updated Schedule of Events

Sponsored by The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance andGood Shepherd Lutheran Church Hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church273 Vermont Route 15, Jericho, Vermont, at 6:30 pm Moderated by the Reverend Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor How far have we come as Americans in confronting racism? This is a topic that remains so intimidating and painful that

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‘1619: Arrival of the First Africans’ Traveling Exhibit, December 6-15

By the Vermont Racial Justice Alliance BURLINGTON, VT – The Vermont Racial Justice Alliance and Fletcher Free Library will be presenting the 1619: Arrival of the First Africans Traveling Exhibit from the Hampton History Museum (VA). Drawing on the latest research, this exhibit tells the story of the Africans’ home in Angola, how they came to be enslaved

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Changing Times: Reconciliation or Retribution

By the Rev. Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas The following is a transcript of a presentation by the Rev. Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas delivered in Randolph, Vermont on October 23, 2019. Co-sponsored by the Randolph Forum on Racial Equality (FORE) and the Rutland Area NAACP, the Rev. Thomas’s presentation was part of the “Racism in America”

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Abenaki and Vermont Native People

People of the Dawn “We acknowledge the traditional, ancestral, and unceded land of the Abenaki people on which we are worshiping, praying, and celebrating today. We honor the Abenaki people who have been living and working on this land from time immemorial. We recognize that colonialism and the oppression of Native peoples is a current

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Justice For All Announces Q4 Events and Activities

The mission of Justice For All Vermont is to pursue racial justice within Vermont’s criminal justice system through advocacy, education, and relationship-building. If this resonates with you, consider participating in one or more of these events during the fourth quarter of 2019. Please note that all of the “Read More” tags below link to the complete

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A History of the Concept of Race, October 23

A History of the Concept of RaceOctober 236:30 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd39 Washington St, Barre, VT 05641 The first European to divide the peoples of the world into distinct races, in the seventeenth century, claimed that the Sami people of northern Scandinavia were one of four races on earth; Native Americans, Europeans, South

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The Browning of America: Reconciliation or Retribution, October 23

RANDOLPH, VT – National research and census data indicate that white people will cease to be the majority in America somewhere between 2035-2045 due to the combined increase in non-white Hispanics and people of color. In some of our states this reality has already occurred. Texas is 45% white, California is 38% white, New Mexico

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What Multicultural Congregations Teach About Improving Race Relations

Excerpt from Baylor University’s Online Graduate Programs Blog A movement is growing among Christian churches to become places of racial reconciliation and friendship between people of different racial and ethnic identities. But beyond awkwardness, racism and prejudice continue to make relationship-building across lines of race and ethnicity challenging at best and painful at worst. In

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