Creating the Beloved Community
Young Student Center - Mountainview Room
March 11 - April 09, 2015 · 6:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Youth and the Importance of Answering the Call to Service and Action
Martin Luther King/Civil Rights Recognition
Music by Massachusetts based musician, Pamela Means and Keynote address by Vermont State Representative Kesha Ram
Ms. Ram serves Burlington’s Old North End, Hill Section, and University District in the Vermont House of Representatives. At 27 years old, she is currently the youngest legislator serving in Vermont. Kesha serves on the Ways & Means Committee, which has jurisdiction over revenue generation for the state. When not in session, Ms. Ram is the Public Engagement Specialist for Burlington's Community and Economic Development Office. She also serves on the boards of the Center for Whole Communities and the University of Vermont. Her work has earned her recognition as a Morris K. Udall Scholar, Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Harry S. Truman Scholar, and Oxfam Climate Change Ambassador.
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