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As protests erupt around the country in response to the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless other Black Americans at the hands of police, the Vermont Law School community has united in opposition to systemic racism and white supremacy. Student groups and administrators at the school have a longstanding commitment to racial justice. Here's how they are speaking out and taking action against violence toward BIPOC and standing in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
June 5, 2020
The Food and Agriculture Law Society stands with Black communities, organizers, and protesters. FALS stands in support and solidarity of Black lives because Black Lives Matter. Read more »
June 4, 2020
Vermont Law Review stands in solidarity with the black community. We recognize the violence and injustices that our current systems perpetuate. VLR supports and encourages those who speak out and protest against racism. Read more »
June 3, 2020
As future attorneys, we all have a duty to ensure the law is administered equitably. We call on you to be an ally to the Black community by combating injustices, police brutality, as well as inequalities in America’s justice system. Read more »