H.492 Testimony Day March 22nd, 2017

The hearing on H.492, the first racial justice reform bill in Vermont history, is in House Judiciary tomorrow, starting at 9:20. Print this placard to bring with you and show up in support of the bill. Tell someone else.

Also go to racialjusticereformomnibusbillvt.wordpress.com and do all the things!

1) Sign the petition that calls for the adoption of these bills. Your signature alerts all members of the legislature:  Petition for H.492   Petition for S.116

2) Call the Sergeant at Arms and leave a message for your legislative delegation and/or the House Judiciary expressing your support for H492 and S116 at 802-828-2228

3) Send a message to the Judiciary Committee of each chamber expressing your support
House Judiciary (H.492) – vermont-house-judiciary@googlegroups.com
Senate Judiciary (S.116) – vermont-senate-judiciary@googlegroups.com

4) Forward the email to your networks and share this information on Facebook and by word of mouth!

Current Schedule
9:20 AM         H.492 (The Racial Justice Oversight Board) & Fair and Impartial Policing

Brynn Hare, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Karen L. Richards, Executive Director, Vermont Human Rights Commission
David Scherr, Assistant Attorney General, Vermont Attorney General’s Office
Kesha Ram, Immigration Task Force
Mark Hughes, Justice for All
Captain Ingrid Jonas, Captain of Support Services, Department of Public Safety
James Duff Lyall, Director, ACLU
Rick Gauthier, Director, VT Criminal Justice Training Council
Gwynn Zakov, Municipal Policy Advocate, VT League of Cities and Towns
Will Lambek, Migrant Justice
Mary Brown-Guillory, Champlain NAACP
Ebony Nyoni, Black Lives Matter VT

#racialjusticereformvt

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