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Under bright fall sunlight, organizers and speakers stood at the Statehouse doors, and called for equity, revolutionary change, and a feminist movement inclusive of all voices.
You'll never miss a story with our daily headlines in your inbox. The rally was in response to all of this, she said: The police violence that made the country rise up in protest this summer, the ongoing pandemic, and looming climate change. Volunteers flitted across the lawn, providing voting information or first aid. For Mia Schultz of Bennington, who was in attendance Saturday, that sentiment rang true. Though Schultz was involved in some planning for the event, she emphasized that she spoke only in a personal capacity, as the core leadership team has declined to speak with the media.\
Nineteen different speakers and performers took the stage in turn. After an initial green light in JulyEldert-Moore said that the school has now delayed raising the flag.
The year-old had faced harassment from adults in the school community opposed to her efforts. Hightower said the months following her election changed that, as a movement for racial equity took hold in Burlington. A Progressive, Hightower has pushed hard for police reform. VTDigger is now accepting letters to the editor.
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