On June 16 in Rutland, Vermonters For Vermont will host a town hall discussion of critical race theory in Vermont’s public schools. A variety of speakers will lead, including John Klar and Essex-Westford School District Board member Liz Cady.
Planned events this weekend relating to the election audit in Windham, New Hampshire include a rally for a statewide audit on Friday and a livestream interview Sunday evening with New Hampshire State Sen. Bob Giuda and auditors Harri Hursti, Philip Stark and Mark Lindeman.
Vermonters for Vermont Initiative (V4V) announced today that they will host a public town hall Informational on public schools’ teaching of equity — better known as Critical Race Theory (CRT) — in the the classroom.
The theme is “COVID v. the Constitution,” highlighting the numerous ways in which basic constitutional protections have been discarded in the world of COVID-19.
The plaintiffs allege that the defendants are guilty of constitutional overreach and of misrepresenting the medical facts about the coronavirus. The purpose of the hearing is to provide testimony as to whether or not the case against the defendants shall go forward or be dismissed.
The next Vermont Liberty Network event will be held at noon on May 1 at Main Street Park in Rutland, with similar events in other locations to follow on May 2, May 15 and May 16. The theme is “COVID v. the Constitution,” highlighting the numerous ways in which basic constitutional protections have been discarded in the world of COVID-19.
Ratified in 1868, the 14th Amendment secured liberties to newly-emancipated slaves, guaranteeing all citizens “equal protection under the law.
There’s still room on the bus leaving South Burlington for the January 6 March for Trump in Washington D.C.
On the final day of Chanukah, Friday Dec. 18, supporters of the U.S. Constitution will gather at the Vermont State House lawn for the first in a series of rallies to support the Constitution and Bill of Rights, starting with the First Amendment.
The Vermont Republican Party is joining with the Vermont Women’s Coalition on Saturday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the right of women to vote in the United States.
Throughout January and February 2020, Vermont state officials and regional planning commission staff are hosting four public information meetings to discuss the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI).
Students, staff and parents from home schools and private schools are invited to participate in National School Choice Week observations on Wednesday, January 29 at the Capital Plaza, 100 State Street, in Montpelier.