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Washington County Democratic Senatorial Social Justice Review

News Release — Justice for All
June 20, 2016

Contact:
Mark Hughes Co­Founder, Justice for All 802.426.6227 [email protected]
http://justiceforallvt.org/

Montpelier, VT, June 20, 2016 – Join the democratic candidates for Washington County Senator to discuss Social Justice Issues and Policies in Vermont Wednesday, June 22 6-­8 PM at the Unitarian Church of Montpelier. This past year has brought to light issues of racial, criminal, migrant, and refugee justice.

Candidates attending include: incumbents Ann Cummings and Anthony Pollina and candidates Ashley Hill and Frances Brooks (invited).

Various members from local social justice organizations will be in attendance, including:

Black Lives Matter VT https://www.facebook.com/BlackLivesMatterVermont,
Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform https://vermontersforcriminaljusticereform.org/
Central Vermont Showing Up for Racial Justice (CVtSURJ), https://www.facebook.com/CVtSURJ/
Peace & Justice Center http://www.pjcvt.org/
Justice for All http://justiceforallvt.org/

Topics of discussion will include fair and impartial policing, de­escalation, restorative justice, migrant rights and refugee relocation to Vermont. Come join the conversation and find out where your candidate stands on these important issues.

About Justice For All
Justice for All is a racial justice organization, which identifies and dismantles institutionalized racism while facilitating healing in our communities.

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