Brattleboro Solidarity is a group located in Southern Vermont, acting with the people of the world who are resisting injustices. Our organizing is rooted in deepening knowledge and building the world we wish to see.
Standing in solidarity with the people of Palestine and Honduras on December 10, 2017.
A group of local educators initially formed Brattleboro Solidarity in response to Israel’s attack on Gaza in 2014. Since then, the group has been facilitating community events and study groups.
May 14-15 Rally In Solidarity With Palestinians
Preparing Signs for Rally
Names of Murdered Palestinians
Naming the Murdered Palestinians
In this episode of Difficult Dialogues, Dr. Shabazz speaks with Zeiad Abbas Shamrouch, the Program Manager for Cross-Cultural Programs with the Middle East Children’s Alliance. Shamrouch discusses his life as a Palestinian refugee and outlines MECA’s Maia Project which aims to bring clean water to the children of Palestine. Amherst Media’s Difficult Dialogues
When people are on the streets against police brutality, it is important to come together to expand our knowledge on the history of race in this country. Brattleboro Solidarity has hosted study groups in the community to expand our understanding of the construction of whiteness as a tool for economic exploitation and the historical divisions along race and class lines in the U.S. The following are links and downloads of reading materials from the workshop.