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It’s time for a new Women’s March

It's time for a new Women's March

Staff Editorial

January 23, 2019

This past Saturday, Vermonters gathered in Montpelier — and in capitals across the nation — for the third annual Women’s March. The march was first conceived in the light of President Donald Trump’s 2016 election win. It’s well-known for being a symbol of resistance and unity, but it has also prov...

Women’s March calls for change and unity

Protesters pose for a photo Jan. 19 in front of a plush vagina at the Montpelier Women's March. Various organizations participated, marching in support of women and marginalized communities.

Anna Kolosky, Staff Writer

January 22, 2019

On a frigid Saturday morning, a crowd of over 700 braved the 7 degree cold to protest in Vermont’s capital. The front lawn of the State House in Montpelier was packed with crowds who stood in support of women and marginalized communities for the Jan. 19 Women’s March. Ben & Jerry’s employees asked pa...

Marchers seek inspiration from youth

Marchers seek inspiration from youth

Samantha Granham, Cynic Correspondent

February 1, 2018

“But where are all the people?” my friend Rachel Zell asked as we turned off 89 to Montpelier and entered the downtown area of Vermont’s capital. The sun couldn’t decide whether to leave the clouds, and slush puddled the sidewalk. Not the most favorable weather for an outdoor event. Afte...

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