Join us this weekend for the May Day march and Vermont People's Convention!

Click here to learn more and register today! www.vermontpeoplesconvention.org

Migrant Justice Meme for Peoples ConventionFrom Saturday, April 30th - Sunday, May 1st, hundreds of people are coming together at Montpelier High School for the Vermont People's Convention & Just Transition Assembly. On Sunday, following the People's Convention, we'll march from Montpelier High School to the statehouse for the annual May Day march. 

Working families in Vermont, like families around the world, are suffering from economic inequality, ecological disaster, and the violence of racism, sexism, homophobia and ableism.

We know these problems are systemic and share common roots, and that to change them, we’ll need to build enough power and unity to overcome the influence of the billionaire class and the politicians they control.

So how do we make that happen? What kind of alliances can help us transition to an economy that serves people and the planet instead of profit, and towards a society that allows us to explore new ways of practicing democracy?

Join the conversation at Montpelier High School on Saturday, April 30th and Sunday, May 1st. Click here to register: bit.ly/VTPeoplesConvention

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Join us for the annual May Day march on Sunday!

12:30pm: Lunch at Montpelier High School, graciously donated by Woodbelly Pizza and the People's Kitchen

1:30pm: Rally kickoff at Montpelier H.S.