Like many young people today, Katie Concannon ’22 has dealt with her share of climate grief. She has searched for relief in the imagination of different visions of the future. One such experiment was her Tidal Shift Award-winning sculpture, “What We Left Behind,” based on her experiences with ...
Vermont’s Environmental Justice Bill S.B. 148, originally introduced by State Senator Kesha Ram Hinsdale 10 years ago, aims to confront these inequities and progress Vermont towards environmental justice in all forms.
Farmworkers and Migrant Justice organizers have made clear what needs to be done. It’s up to us to follow their leadership and support their demands for human rights and social justice. We’d like to invite you to join us.
Content Warning: This op-ed contains mentions of a hunger strike.
Professor Laurie Essig read from her newest book to an audience at Stonecutter Spirits, in an event co-hosted by Womensafe and Planned Parenthood NNE.
The weekend before finals, Elise Leise ’22, Leif Taranta ’20.5, Connor Wertz ’22, and I traveled to Washington D.C., and two of us got arrested.
Institutions that actively seek to propel the climate movement forward are the catalysts needed for national progress.