OVER DINNER SERIES
The Over Dinner Series is a monthly educational event, in which participants share a dinner experience with a different presentation and in-depth discussion period by a local changemaker.
Dinner is a semi-potluck style and coordinated
by At the Root.
Dinners will be held at the Hive on Pine,
420 Pine St. Burlington, VT.
Tickets are $20 + a potluck dish for 10 people (sign up on the registration form) or $30 (the difference will go to buy food for everyone).
Thursday April 4. 6-8:30
Join early childhood educator, organizer and author Emma Redden to talk about the why and how of talking with preschoolers about race and racial violence.
The evening will be spent exploring the necessity and effectiveness of talking to young children about skin color, the creation of race, and it consequences—for children of color and white children. we will focus both on theory as well
as skill building.
A limited number of Emma’s new book
will be available at the event.
Thursday May 2. 6-8:30
You should run for elected office. Yes, YOU!.
Making political campaigns accessible for marginalized people.
Every wonder about running for elected office and what it would take? Feel a bit intimidated or unprepared? Come learn about the process for running for local or state level office, how to prepare
and how to remove barriers to running (ex: fear, lack of money, limited know-how).
There will be a short presentation followed by a group discussion, and an opportunity to ask practical questions, to help you leave with concrete steps to move you forward.
This discussion is especially designed for folks marginalized by our current political system
- women, low-income, LGBTQ+, folks of color and differently abled individuals -
because these folks face many institutional and cultural barriers to becoming successful candidates.
Learn more about the speaker, Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, and
EMStrategies at www.emstrategiesvt.com.
Thursday July 11. 6-8:30
Diggers Mirth Collective Farm
Collectives - We're in this Together
Join Hilary Martin, co-owner of Diggers' Mirth Collective Farm, in a discussion about
employee-owned businesses and other ways we can collectivize our economies.
Come with your questions and observations about non-hierarchical organizing structures,
and let's talk about why they matter and how they can impact our communities.
Hilary has been a co-owner of Diggers' Mirth since 2002.
She resides in one of the last small housing co-ops in Burlington’s Old North End.
She sometimes likes to talk about co-ops and collectives.
Download the submission form here: