Max Misch pleaded guilty to both first-degree aggravated domestic assault and disorderly conduct as a hate crime shortly before he was sentenced in Bennington Superior criminal court on Monday afternoon.
White nationalist Max Misch of Bennington was arrested Friday for allegedly contacting a witness, in violation of the conditions of his release — and he was released again on the same conditions.
This commentary is by state Rep. Mari Cordes, D-Lincoln, a member of the Vermont House Health Care Committee. If wishes were fishes, we’d all have a fry. I often heard […]
This commentary is by Alex Fischer of Brattleboro, a town meeting representative and former member of the town’s Citizen Police Communications Committee. I was hoping to write a fairly short, […]
“The insurrection at the Capitol was the culmination of years of right-wing radicalization,” says Susan Corke of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Our public policy efforts to retain Vermont’s racial diversity will not go far without a change in everyday attitudes that exclude and exhaust BIPOC Vermonters.
Addison County and all of Vermont can start by recognizing the racism that exists in our own neighborhood. “It is not only a phenomenon of the South,” Mac said. “And that is important for people to understand, especially in Vermont.”
Learning a new history means confronting directly, starkly and honestly the theme of American white supremacy.
For the third consecutive year, students, faculty and staff have been confronted with racially motivated posters and stickers affixed to various structures around campus.
There have been 35 instances of Patriot Front propaganda reported in Vermont this year, up from five last year, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Systemic racism takes the form of stereotyping African-Americans.