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This year's Primary Day was thrilling! Fifty candidates of our endorsed slate of fifty-five won their races, and we couldn't be more excited! We wanted to share highlights with you from a few of Tuesday's key races......
We had a busy April with political roundtables and a COVID-19 Town Hall. As we kick off the month with International Workers Day and our upcoming community Visioning Sessions, May promises to be even more eventful....
So far, 2020 is proving to be a year of tumultuous and uncertain times. We are reminded almost daily of how much is at stake in the upcoming elections. From municipal boards to the presidency, we need movement champions in...
Welcome to the very first RAD Vermont monthly newsletter! This year is already taking a toll on many of us - emotionally,  politically, and physically. During this new and uncertain period, RAD is shifting the scope of its work to...
In the coming months, Rights & Democracy is embarking on an ambitious project to organize around the wide range of issues of residents in manufactured home communities in New Hampshire and Vermont. One of our goals is to identify, develop,...
Rep. Kiah Morris, a leader and consultant on issues of diversity, equity, and leadership, has joined the Rights & Democracy staff as its Movement Politics Director in Vermont...
We are calling on Gov. Phil Scott to take additional, immediate steps to ensure the public health and safety of ALL Vermonters, especially those who are most at-risk and vulnerable in times of crisis....
With the rapidly changing the COVID-19 crisis, this is a time when we must pull together as a community and support each other....
As Rights & Democracy continues to closely monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments in New Hampshire and Vermont, the health and well-being of our members, leaders, staff, and communities are of the utmost importance...
I’m hard wired as an optimist, but today—post-Super Tuesday and after a 72-hour period which saw Bernie Sanders drop from the definitive presidential front runner to underdog—has really put that to the test....