Palestinian liberation groups picketed the Vermont Democratic Party Convention Saturday morning at the Lake Champlain Hilton in Burlington. As President Joe Biden seeks a second term while continuing to support and fund Israel’s occupation and genocide in Gaza, activists in Vermont are demanding that delegates withhold support for the president at the national convention in August.

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As JVP members committed to collective liberation, we see these false claims of antisemitism for what they are: insidious efforts to discredit the struggle of the Palestinian people for their national liberation and distractions from the genocide itself – a genocide which would not be possible without the direct financial and political support of the US government.

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More than one hundred University of Vermont students took to the university’s central campus on Sunday to form a Palestine solidarity encampment, joining many other campuses nationwide and across the world to force higher education institutions to divest from weapons manufacturers and Israeli investments directly involved in the occupation of historic Palestine and the ongoing genocide in Gaza.

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Marvell Technology

On Monday, a “disruption event” was carried out by a coalition of Vermont activists at the “Innovation Center” in Burlington, Vermont. The focus of this action was Marvell Technology, whose products are used in the frontline of the Israeli genocide of Palestinians. The protester’s goal: to break the economic chain of silicon-gold that flows from Burlington, Vermont to Tel Aviv.

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With Burlington being such a small metropolis, a higher emphasis is placed on community driven by the work environments that carry the city’s success on their backs. Increasingly, the often-difficult conditions of such work have been publicly acknowledged as in urgent need of reform. An investigation into the reality of the life of a typical Burlington employee of such establishments reveals that inappropriate management and a focus on profit over all other considerations, in combination with poor pay and a disregard for the rights of employees, are to blame.

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