Planned Parenthood, Outright and the Seamless Garment
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Representative Peter Welch: Planned Parenthood and Federal Funding 09/16/2015 Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT), is joined by Meagan Gallagher, President & CEO of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, and Angelia Rorison, who is a receipient of medical care from Planned Parenthood , speaking on the movement to shut down the federal government as a tactic to strip federal funding for the organization. The Federal Government's fiscal year ends September 30th.
Outright Vermont's 12th Annual Fire Truck Pull Preview 09/17/2015 Amanda Rohdenburg, Director of Events and Marketing with Outright Vermont, speaks with host Mike Cohen on the mission of Outright Vermont and the upcoming 12th Annual Fire Truck Pull, Outright Vermont's biggest fundraiser and one of 'Vermont's quintessential experiences'. Outright Vermont's Annual Fire Truck Pull on September 26, 2015, noon to 2pm at the the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington.
Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: Letters from Erastus - Anne D. Emerson 09/13/2015 Author Anne Emersonexplores twenty-two letters written by her great-great-grandfather, Erastus Hopkins, to his daughters in the 1850’s and 1860’s. Buried for 150 years in the archives of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the letters became the driving force in the author’s quest to figure out who this forgotten man was. Along the way, they become a bridge for the author’s understanding of her own life story and her old New England family.
Local Media Show: Common Good Vt Fall 2015 Update 09/01/2015 Host Lauren-Glenn Davitian speaks with the new Common Good VT Coordinator, Morgan Webster, on the busy fall season of Common Good VT. www.commongoodvt.org
St. Michael's College: Keynote John L. Allen, Jr. - Saving Our Common Home - A Symposium on Integral Ecology 09/08/2015 Pope Francis’s encyclical, Laudato Si, is an urgent call for politicians, policy makers, and all citizens of planet earth to make care for the environment central in our decision making. He appeals for recognition of the “seamless garment of life” which connects the smallest micro-organism in the biosphere to the life of humans and demands that we extend the notion of rights to all living creatures. Linking environmental degradation to war and poverty, he maintains that only a radical shift in our relationship with the earth will allow future generations to survive and flourish. Keynote John L. Allen, Jr., Associate Editor of the Boston Globe and foremost commentator on the Catholic Church, speaks to the issue in Part I of this Symposium on Integral Ecology. Part II, a panel of environmental professors and activists including Jon Erickson, Professor at the Rubenstein School of Environment at UVM, Sister Gail Worcelo of Green Mountain Monastery, and Clive Gray, retired Third World Development economist, formerly of the Harvard Institute for International Development, can be viewed here.