June 3-9 Residency at the Vermillion Public Library, with conversations and collaborations with local advocacy groups, including United Way, Greening Vermillion, Living River, and OLLI [the Life Long Learning Institute].
June 4 Vermillion Farmer’s Market at the Platz from 9 am to 12 noon. Then join us and members of the bike collective, Recycle 605, for a bike ride to Spirit Mound, reportedly the one place on the Lewis and Clark Trail where we can be assured they walked. We take off from the public library at 2 pm.
June 6 Vermillion Public Library from 6-8 pm
June 7 Southeast of the Armory on Election Day
June 8 Vermillion UPNext Coffee Hour (at VPL) from 8-9 am and then again from 6-8 pm.
More information on our Vermillion schedule can be found at http://vermillionpubliclibrary.org/newsblog/.
What's it going to take for us to live together interculturally?
We need to stop putting labels on one another. (David, Vermillion)
I don’t know. I’ll get back to you November 9th. (Eric, Vermillion)
We talked about this ALL the time in law school! (Anonymous, Vermillion)
We are in the midst of lots of confusion. We need to get clear. It seems so simple. Love one another as yourself. (Cindy, Vermillion)
Don’t be risk adverse. (Andrew, Vermillion)
Stop killing each other over religion. (Gene, Vermillion)
Get to know people. That’s what’s going to break the barriers. (Wanda, Vermillion)
Right now, I don’t think there’s a solution. (Dave, Vermillion)
It’s going to take starting young—really young—to get kids okay with difference. (Martha, Vermillion)
Respect each other’s differences. Treat people the way you want to be treated. Teach globally. (A large group of clients from SESDAC, Vermillion)