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Dia De Los Muertos
Stop by the Allen House Multicultural Art Gallery before the "We All Come From Powerful Women" exhibit is over!!
Come by the Allen House between today and February 27th to get a chance to see Natasha Sky's beautiful collection of works "K'vay: What Do You See?"!

BUILDING A BETTER ACTIVIST: Social Change Education for the Activist in You
SAT, MARCH 3 @ 1- 5pm
UVM Waterman Building (85 S. Prospect)


Join area students for this half-day conference to develop and deepen insights, passion, tools and connections to create an inclusive, equitable society. Choose from a number of 90-minute interactive workshops, as well network with campus and community activists and organizations. The conference planning committee includes members from the Interfaith Center; LGBTQA Center; The Mosaic Center for Students of Color; Women’s Center; Alianza Latinx; Asian Student Union; The Black Student Union; SGA Committee on Diversity, Inclusion and Equity; Women of Color Coalition; Critical Race & Ethnic Studies (CRES); Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies (GSWS); Hillel; Student Life; and The Peace and Justice Center. The Building a Better Activist conference is offered in conjunction with the Annual Student Conference on Race, Gender & Sexuality March 2 and it will officially close UVM’s Equity Week which runs from 2/26 – 3/3. For more information and to register, visit

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International Restorative Justice Conference
Global Unity and Healing: Building Communities with a Restorative Approach
Dudley H. Davis Conference Center
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT...
June 28 — 30, 2018

This conference will bring together researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners to share the difference a restorative approach makes and consider its potential to reveal and address the complex and relational nature of some of our greatest problems and challenges. Come be a part of this important learning opportunity including a rich blend of hands-on learning through workshops, panels, presentations and keynote addresses. The conference will focus on three areas:
• Environmental Justice
• Addressing Harm and Conflict
• Building Safe, Healthy and inclusive communities
For more information, please visit:…/international-restorative-just…

Call for presenter proposals:…/internation…/call-for-proposals

The conference is hosted by Vermont Law School and its Center for Justice Reform including its restorative justice programs with support from a range of contributing partners, sponsors, and people including:
• Vermont Restorative Justice Consortium
• Restorative International Learning Community hosted by Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University
• New York Center for Court Innovation
• Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

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