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  • Apr 1, 2019

Commentary on Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day April 2nd is Equal Pay Day. Here in Vermont and across the U.S. we pause to ask whether women’s work and contributions are fully ...
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  • Press Release
  • Jan 30, 2019

Emerge Vermont Hires Rep Jill Krowinski as Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 30, 2019 CONTACT: Joan Lenes, Emerge Vermont Board Chair contact@emergevt.org Emerge Vermont Hires Rep Jill Krowinski as ...
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  • Blog
  • Jan 21, 2019

Speak Out for Kiah Morris & Work to End Racism

Today we honor the legacy of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., but what does that mean if we haven’t been working to end racism every other day ...
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  • Blog
  • Dec 21, 2018

Support Our Work with a Year End Contribution

This year we marked our 5th anniversary by electing more alumnae than ever! We are asking for your support so we can carry this momentum into 2019 ...
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  • Blog
  • Nov 13, 2018

Emerge had an 83% Win Rate on Election Day

Election Day 2018 was big for Emerge Vermont – 83% of alumnae and staff won!   Emerge alumnae won key races in Addison, Bennington, ...
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  • Blog
  • Oct 24, 2018

Emerge Alumnae Running for Office: Meet Sara Coffey

We’re proud to be highlighting Sara Coffey next in our series of Emerge Alumnae who are running for office! Sara is the founder and Director of ...
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  • Blog
  • Oct 24, 2018

Emerge Alumnae Running for Office: Meet Kathleen James

Our Emerge Vermont series highlighting Emerge Alumnae who are running for office continues with Kathleen James! Kathleen is running to represent ...
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  • Oct 24, 2018

Emerge Alumnae Running for Office: Meet Marybeth Redmond

Marybeth is running to represent Essex in the Vermont House. Marybeth has worked as a journalist, educator, and nonprofit professional for ...
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  • Oct 23, 2018

Emerge Alumnae Running for Office: Meet Senator Ingram

We’re excited 19 Emerge Vermont alumnae are running for office in the General Election! Throughout the month, we’ll be highlighting these ...
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Women and the Coming Midterm Elections

It took 72 years for women to get the vote. The first gathering devoted to women’s rights in the United States was held July 19–20, 1848, in Seneca ...
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