The solid mass of "blue states" in the northeast spells concern for Republicans and we examine what can be
learned from these trends. Also, issues of social class are explored through a theater performance, and artists transform old books into sculptural pieces in a provocative exhibit.
A special effort is being made to recruit female police
officers across the state. We talk with a veteran of the force and learn about a program that’s training more women to join policing. Also the Nametag Project,
an effort to break down social barriers and build up community by
getting people to introduce themselves.
During the 1700’s Vermont
and the New England region were home to a nearly
"hidden" population of African-American slaves.
In her new book, Mr. and Mrs.
Prince, Dartmouth English Professor and author Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina,
dives into the story of two of those slaves. Also, we talk with forestry consultant Paul Harwood. And we bring you the sounds of the Primitive Biathlon in Jerffersonville.