The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law filed a complaint in 2021 on behalf of students at the university who said they had faced antisemitic cyberbullying and harassment by other students and a teaching assistant, leading to a hostile environment on campus which the university allegedly did not address.
The 2022 Racial Equity Report put together by the Vermont Student Anti-Racism Network was presented to the public during a Zoom presentation last Monday.
The Bennington Selectboard may be participating in the state’s Racial Equity Advisory Panel’s IDEAL Vermont initiative, which is about “advancing equity at the local level.”
About 20 state constitutions have exception clauses that allow either slavery or involuntary servitude as punishment for crime. Vermont prides itself on being the first in the nation to ban slavery in 1777, but its constitution allows involuntary servitude in certain circumstances, such as to pay a debt, damage, fine or other cost.
It’s back to school! You bought all the school supplies and new clothes, but what about insulating your children against school indoctrination?
This video, produced by RebirthTheMedia, features an interview with Dr. Carol Swain, a political science professor who has taught at Princeton and Vanderbilt universities. She also is an expert on critical race theory, American politics and race relations.
Why is it a crime to be majority white? Is Poland evil? Must Japan be forced to become more diverse? Only by the fundamental lies of social justice theory can this even be attempted.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committees have cropped up to agitate and slander our state. The common denominator of these committees is that they are often staffed by carpetbagging elites who know nothing of Vermont’s history or culture.
Members of the public as well as top voices in social justice matters met last Thursday evening to discuss where Vermont stands on social justice issues heading into the primary elections.
While Keith Longmore did object to some items during the May 10 BEI meeting, it becomes abundantly clear upon watching that meeting that Longmore was offering constructive criticism, rather than obstructionist comments.
Vermont can regain its world-renown as the liberator of the oppressed, and the champion of equality and the equal application of the rule of law. Let’s reject the hate invasion. Let’s take back our virtuous, abolitionist Vermont!
We Vermont natives have had enough. The United States Constitution explicitly prohibits racial distinctions by government such as are flagrantly employed here. Vermonters must defend their culture — before it’s too late.