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Live Event

More than a Market: A Walking Tour of Burlington’s Local Markets

Visit locations of past and present-day, immigrant-owned markets in Burlington’s Old North End to hear stories of market owners, their customers, and their communities, framed within local immigration history. Learn about their importance as sources of traditional foods, community connection, and social support.

Live Event

PJC Author & Artist Series: Greg Guma

Join the Peace & Justice Center Thursday, August 11 from 6-7pm for a conversation with Greg Guma, author of Restless Spirits and Popular Movements: A Vermont History. This is an in-person event that will be held at Waterfront Park in Burlington across from the Echo Center.

A person with glasses, a blue shirt and pink shorts receives a black plastic bag of leafy greens from a man in a black and white shirt and camo pants wearing a surgical mask in a corner market store
Live Event

More than a Market: A Walking Tour of Burlington’s Local Markets

Visit locations of past and present-day, immigrant-owned markets in Burlington’s Old North End to hear stories of market owners, their customers, and their communities, framed within local immigration history. Learn about their importance as sources of traditional foods, community connection, and social support.

Panorama of the west facade of United States Supreme Court Building at dusk in Washington, D.C., USA.
Digital Event

Did the Supreme Court Just Hobble the Administrative State?

Constitutional scholar Meg Mott and Aaron Kisicki from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources consider the arguments on both sides of the recent Supreme Court decision in West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency, and discuss the implications of this Supreme Court ruling on legislation for climate change.

Digital Event

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

Grant proposals should appeal to the head and the heart. Learn how to use story in your grant proposals to connect with funders. Explore best practices for incorporating poignant vignettes, testimonials, and data-driving/results-based storytelling into your grants-writing that demonstrate your organization’s values and impact.

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Live Event

The Morrill Land-Grant Acts and Tribal Lands: What Happened, What’s Next

The Land-Grant Act of 1862 was much more than a statute. This event will explore the vision of Justin Morrill, with a focus on the Land-Grant Acts and the legacy of those statutes for indigenous nations, with a presentation by keynote speakers, Dr. Robert Lee and Tristan Ahtone.

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Digital Event

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This interactive, 2-hour virtual workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

book folded into a heart with orange sunset over water in the background
Digital Event

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This interactive, 2-hour virtual workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

book folded into a heart with orange sunset over water in the background
Live Event

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This hands-on 3-hour in-person workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.

book folded into a heart with orange sunset over water in the background
Live Event

Refresh, Restore, Renew – A time to ask: “What is our story going forward?”

A storytelling invitation – Come together to collect, create, and curate to answer this question: What is our story going forward, for ourselves and our organizations? This hands-on 3-hour in-person workshop will expand your storytelling tools and techniques; revive your current skills through new perspective; and reinvigorate your organization through storytelling team building.