Rights activist to speak at GMCMarch 15,2013Rights activist
to speak at GMC
POULTNEY — Human rights activist Angelica Harris will speak at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Green Mountain College.
Harris, an author and abuse survivor, will share her life’s work and talk about her experience in creating a school program for struggling New York City teens.
She uses her personal story to raise awareness of domestic violence and to help others find healing.
The presentation is free and open to the public. It will be held in Room 017 of Bogue Hall at GMC. For more information, call 287-8299.MORE IN This Just InNORWICH — The Vermont town of Norwich is now the first community in the state where all municipal... Full StoryDORSET — A proposed event space for the Dorset Inn and Barrows House campus, which would have a... Full Story
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