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Vermont Humanities Council is offering nine talks this month online via Zoom, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.. December talks include cartoonist Glynnis Fawkes explaining the research and design processes she followed to create her graphic biography of Charlotte Bronte, historian Damian Costello exploring the life of the man behind the famous book "Black Elk Speaks," actor David Mills, "Martin Luther King: Dare to Dream," Middlebury professor Kemi Fuentes-George describes how racism shapes and is shaped by environmental management in areas like conservation, waste management, and climate change. Register for a talk at tinyurl.com/y2k39dy8.


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