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Lexi Krupp
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VPR
While Vermont leads the nation in vaccinations, some 90,000 eligible Vermonters have not yet gotten the shot. Some surveys show most of those people would get vaccinated. To reach them, the state is organizing dozens of small community clinics.
  • Norma Hardy, the new police chief of Brattleboro, becomes the first Black woman to lead a police department in Vermont. Plus, Burlington’s a “heat island,” the struggle to find foster homes and COVID-19 numbers.
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Brave Little State takes on a question from Bobby Arnell of Winooski about the complex, controversial decision to base the fighter jets in Vermont’s most populous county.
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VPR wants to hear how 9/11 changed you. We are hoping to gather stories and perspectives from a wide variety of Vermonters, people whose experiences and reflections perhaps haven’t been heard before.

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A special series from Brave Little State. Conversations with Vermont musicians of color — about Black grief, joy and resilience.