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Montpelier People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Montpelier High School Cafeteria
5 High School Drive
Montpelier, VT
October 7, 2014 - 6:30pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Burlington People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

H.O. Wheeler/Integrated Arts Academy
6 Archibald Street
Burlington, VT
October 9, 2014 - 6:00pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Bristol People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Mt. Abraham High School
220 Airport Drive
Bristol, VT
October 13, 2014 - 6:00pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Brattleboro People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Marlboro Graduate Center
28 Vernon Street Room 2E
Brattleboro, VT
October 14, 2014 - 6:00pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Essex Jct. People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School
104 Maple Street
Essex Junction, VT
October 14, 2014 - 6:00pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Morrisville People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

People's Academy
202 Copley Avenue
Morrisville, VT
October 15, 2014 - 6:30pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

Bennington People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

St. Peter's Episcopal Church
200 Pleasant Street
Bennington, VT
October 15, 2014 - 6:30pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

St. Albans People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Franklin County Seniors Center
75 Messenger Street
St. Albans, VT
October 16, 2014 - 6:00pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

White River Jct. People's Forum on Human Rights and the Economy

Location

Hartford High School
37 Highland Avenue
Hartford, VT
October 16, 2014 - 6:30pm

It’s campaign season!  If you’ve turned on the radio or the TV over the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard candidates pitching the public on how they’ll best represent our needs once they’re in office.  But how can we hold them accountable to acting on what our communities really need, and not just what’s politically expedient?

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