The FreeHer Campaign has been pushing for the decarceration of women in Vermont and throughout New England. The Vermont campaign has been canvassing, running phone banks, and organizing events to mobilize the community.
Author: Gabrielle Bills
What does a massive deforestation and land development project by police in Atlanta have to do with Burlington, Vermont, more than a thousand miles away? Follow the money.
Members of AFSCME Local 1674, which represents Howard Center employees, voted overwhelmingly in support of the Community Control of Police charter change, according to a
On Tuesday evening, January 24, dozens of local activists and organizers met at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington to condemn the push for more funding of police and prisons from the state and the city of Burlington. They highlighted non-carceral strategies to create safer, healthier communities with less violence.
Edge Pharma LLC had “a history of serious violations” before a complaint was filed by the United States on behalf of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on May 20.
During the month of October, Migrant Justice’s Milk with Dignity campaign made stops in seven states for an impressive 29 presentations in as many days.
On September 13, 2021 the Burlington Department of Public Works presented the Champlain Parkway Contract Amendment and South End Construction Coordination Plan. This came together
On Saturday at Leddy Beach in Burlington, Migrant Justice kicked off a speaking tour that will hold events throughout New England, giving updates on Milk with Dignity’s accomplishments and urging Hannaford to add its more than 180 supermarkets to the program.