Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, calls for police reform and an end to systemic racism have echoed across the country, including Vermont. Join VPR and Vermont PBS for a virtual community conversation on Thursday, June 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Our guests are:
- Xusana Davis, Vermont's executive director of racial equity
- Jon Murad, acting chief of police for the Burlington Police Department
- Ali Dieng, Burlington city councilor for Ward 7
- Mia Schultz, Bennington resident, vice chair of the Bennington Town Democratic Party and a member of the Vermont Ethnic Studies Coalition
- Mark Anderson, sheriff for Windham County and a representative of the Vermont Sheriffs' Association
- Stephanie Seguino, professor of economics at the University of Vermont and fellow with the Gund Institute for the Environment
And we want to hear from you: what do you make of recent calls for police reform? What does reform look like to you at this moment? We encourage you to join in the discussion by sharing your thoughts and questions.
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How will this virtual event work?
This event will be conducted via Zoom webinar. Start by registering here. We need your email in order to send you the link and reminder to join the event.
Will other attendees be able to see or hear me?
You and all of our attendees will only be able to see the host and the guests, unless you ask a question or make a comment using audio.
Will I have to use Zoom or any other video conferencing?
Yes, this event will happen within Zoom. You can also watch on Facebook Live.
Will this event be broadcast?
This event will not be a live broadcast. We and/or Vermont PBS may broadcast it at a later date.
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Editor's note: VPR invited Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette to participate. He could not and did not respond to a request for a statement. Chief Doucette's response was mischaracterized during the live broadcast.