Members of the Vermont Coalition for Ethnic and Social Equity in Schools posing after H.3 was signed into law

VCESES

Vermont Coalition for Ethnic and Social Equity in Schools

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VCESES

is led by multicultural,

multiethnic, and multigenerational groups

Our values include

Justice, transformation, flexibility,

community healing, joy, growth,

truth, love, personal healing

Our work is about

Imagining worlds that do not yet

exist

We believe

that change is possible when our

stories are lifted out of silence

Who We
Are

The VCESES  is a statewide coalition led by a multicultural and multigenerational group including people of color from various racial and ethnic groups, anti-poverty, disability rights, and LGBTQIA advocates.  Our coalition includes elders, students, parents, educators, and organizations. Between November 2017 and January 2018 the VCESES solidified and began its groundbreaking work of drafting the Ethnic Studies and Social Equity Working Group bill.  This idea was inspired by the pioneering work by Oregon’s Ethnic Studies Coalition in passing HB 2845, which established statewide Ethnic Studies for Oregon K-12.
UPCOMING EVENTS
8
June
2019
Community Forum on School Equity and Ethnic Studies
9:00 am 1:00 pm
Montpelier High School
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