Vineyard Walks the Walk to Commemorate Juneteenth
Maia Coleman
Hundreds gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Vineyard Haven Friday to join a march for racial justice and equality, organized in honor of Juneteenth.
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Amid Protests, Chilmark Police Chief Offers Self Reflection
Will Sennott
As protests against racism and police brutality continue to spread, Chilmark police chief Jonathan Klaren offered the town selectmen a moment of self-reflection.
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Hospital, Windemere Staff Join Peaceful Protests
Julia Wells
In an expression of solidarity with peaceful protesters around the country, staff at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and the Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center held a kneel-in Friday afternoon at the hospital campus in Oak Bluffs.
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Two Face Charges After Incident at Five Corners
Noah Asimow
Two men are facing criminal charges after an incident at a largely peaceful demonstration at Five Corners Monday afternoon that included verbal and physical altercations.
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With a Country on Edge, Peaceful Protesters Jam Five Corners for Student-Led Rally
Noah Asimow
Hundreds of Islanders gathered at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Monday afternoon in a show of solidarity with demonstrations that have swept the nation this past week.
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In Weekend of Nationwide Protests, Peaceful Crowd Gathers at Waban Park
Aaron Wilson
As protests and violence rang out around the country, a peaceful crowd gathered at Waban Park in Oak Bluffs Sunday morning.
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Five Corners Protest Puts Spotlight on Unemployment
Will Sennott

A small group of protesters gathered at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Wednesday to speak out against state and local pandemic restrictions that have temporarily put them and others out of work.

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Islanders Join Worldwide Climate Action Day
Julia Wells

Martha’s Vineyard schoolchildren and others joined a day of activism around the globe Friday to protest inaction in the face of a climate change crisis.

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Book Talk by Alan Dershowitz Draws Small Protest
Caroline Kaplan

A book talk on Wednesday by Alan Dershowitz at the West Tisbury Library drew a small group of protesters over Mr. Dershowitz’s links to Jeffrey Epstein.

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Standing Up Against Domestic Violence
Will Sennott

Island men took a stand along the Vineyard Haven seawall Saturday afternoon in the eighth annual demonstration against domestic violence. The event was organized by Connect to End Violence, a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.

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