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Welcome to the Vermont Language Justice Project

The Vermont Language Justice Project allows people with language access needs the ability to make informed decisions about their health and that of their families. We do this by creating public service videos and audio files in 18 languages spoken here in Vermont. This media is co-produced with trusted community members from Vermont’s refugee, migrant, and immigrant communities. These messages are shared widely through YouTube,

WhatsApp and with over 100 community partners. As of April 8th  2024, we have had over 227,000 views on our YouTube channel and have 1532 subscribers.

Check us out.

Our Team

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