Vermonters for Vermont announce three town hall events to discuss critical race theory

For Immediate Release
Contact Gregory Thayer
Phone: 802-417-7734
Email: V4V20182aol.com

Announcing three Townhall Informational forums around Vermont, and others are being organized.

“Vermonters for Vermont” Initiative has announced three public Townhall Informational forums on the highly concerning teaching of “Critical Race Theory/Equity” (CRT) policy. Our speakers will address the public on this topic followed by a Q&A session with the audience. Our speakers all have experience with this topic and they have researched the topic extensively.

Our forums are nonpartisan, apolitical, and educational for all 660,000 Vermonters.

Confirmed CRT Townhalls at:

In Barre: On Wednesday, 14 July 2021 at 6:30pm at the Canadian Club in Barre, VT.
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In St. Albans: On Friday, 16 July 2021 at 6:30pm at City Hall Auditorium in St. Albans, VT.
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In Brattleboro: On Friday, 30 July 2021 at 6:30pm at Whetstone Church in Brattleboro, VT.
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V4V Initiative is organizing more CRT/Equity Townhall Information’s in: Springfield, Bennington, Middlebury, Hartford, Stowe, Colchester/So. Burlington and another forum in Rutland.

“Vermonters for Vermont” Initiative was founded in December 2018 to educate all Vermonters about the public policy coming out of Montpelier and local governments. Our Townhalls strive to educate all Vermonters about this sensitive and dangerous teachings of CRT/Equity to our children and our grandchildren. We are inviting every Vermonters to attend one of our Townhall’s and learn and ask our speakers questions. Do your homework and stand-up to your local Schoolboard on this topic and ask question, but do your research first. Share this information with your family, friends and others. We hope to see you at one of our Townhalls! Thank you.

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2 thoughts on “Vermonters for Vermont announce three town hall events to discuss critical race theory

  1. Thank Republicans for Saving the Union, Freeing the Enslaved

    Our beloved country might still have slavery, if the Democrats in the South had won the Civil War.

    What would Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, Maxine Waters, Chuck Schumer, Jerrold Nadler, Bernie Sanders and Patrick Leahy be doing now?

    Republican “white privilege” saved the Union, freed our Black brethren.

    Since the Civil War (which was anything but civil), the Democrats have tried to hold back their former slaves.

    Democrats started the Ku Klux Klan, because they wanted to get rid of Blacks, Jews and Catholics.

    Democrats passed Jim Crow laws (look it up).

    Democrats in the South put restrictions on Black people trying to vote, including poll taxes. even after voting rights were passed, with many Republican pro votes, and over the opposition of many Southern Democrats,

    Southern Democrats enforced segregated schools, even after World War II

    It took President Dwight Eisenhower (another Republican) and the National Guard to desegregate them; George Wallace and Little Rock, Arkansas

    When we celebrate Juneteenth, everyone should remember which political party made this possible (the Republicans) and let everyone thank a Republican, if not every day, at least on Juneteenth (the 19th day of June) — the new US national holiday.

    The Democrats’ tactics are cynical

    A recent syndicated column by Eugene Robinson, published in the Valley News, suggests that resistance to critical race theory is a “cynical ploy” by Republicans (“GOP’s critical race theory fit is a cynical ploy,” June 30).

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Critical race theory is rooted in Marxism

    Eeveryone is either an “oppressor” or “oppressed,” or, in the language of critical race theory, “a victim of systematic racism.”

    If you are white, you are automatically “a racist.”
    If you are Black, you are automatically “a victim of systematic racism.”

    The only remedy to this oppression, according to author and historian Ibram X. Kendi, a major proponent of critical race theory, is, in his own words, “anti-racist discrimination”

    In other words, you solve racism with more racism.

    How disgusting. How un-American.

    It is Republicans and independents who are fighting the Democrats’ cynical ploy, a favorite tactic of theirs in which they divide Americans by race, gender, income, etc. Shameful!

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