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Events for March 4, 2020
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Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center presents “Votes for Women,” a centennial celebration of the passing of the 19th Amendment with singer and historian Linda Radtke at noon Wednesday, March 4, in the museum conference room. This Lunch and Learn event is free and open to the public with a light lunch provided. Radtke will appear in period garb... Read more »Find out more »
In honor of National Women’s History month, Karen Peterson, Founder & CEO of the National Girls Collaborative Project will highlight the challenges and opportunities of encouraging more girls across the country to pursue STEM activities and careers, and the importance of CS education in this process. She will be joined by voices from the field who will share information about... Read more »Find out more »
The Vermont Attorney General And Human Rights Commission Task Force on Act 54 Racial Disparities in State Systems Report in 2017 indicated that “In addition, and likely related to the income disparities, racial disparities have been documented in each of the areas identified in Act 54 (education, labor and employment, housing, healthcare and economic development).” Until we can gain a... Read more »Find out more »
In 1964, Nina Simone performed the protest song “Mississippi Goddam!” at Carnegie Hall in front of mostly white audiences. When the live recording was released, many radio stations destroyed the albums. Middlebury professor Matthew Evan Taylor discusses how Simone’s protest is found not only in her words, but also in the musical structure.Find out more »