What’s Happening? (Latest News)
Refugees, Border fences, and blaming the victim
VTJP co-sponsors "Families Belong Together" rallies in Montpelier and Burlington Vermont.
Protesting separating children from their parents, criminalizing immigrants, etc. Read More.
70 Years of Nakba, occupation and colonization
Vermont’s Peace and Justice Center has published three articles about Palestine and Palstinians.
Brattleboro Group’s full-page ad about Gaza
Our friends at Brattleboro Common Sense placed a full-page ad in the Burlington Free Press with the message "Mercy for Palestine" Read More.
A remarkable video giving a voice to Palestinian people by Vermont’s own Bernie.
While Israel’s narrative dominates Congress, the White House and the media, Bernie stated: "The voices of the Palestinians are rarely heard. " Read More.
The Short Life of Razan Al-Najjar, Paramedic: Human Shield or Human Being?
Razan Ashraf Abdul Qadir al-Najjar, 21 was killed on June 1st 2018 at the Gaza fence by Israeli sniper fire as she ran in her white uniform with a red cross clearly identifying her as a medic.
VTJP supporting Ethic Studies Legislation
Schools can be an inclusive environment for all students, but not if we ignore and exclude the histories and accomplishments of socially marginalized groups. Ethnic studies can dispel myths about history, literature, and science. Read More.
Still selling in illegal settlements
In December 2017 these containers of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream were photographed by an Israeli citizen at the Shufersal Store at Moshe Dayan Street in the illegal settlement of Pisgat Zeev.
What we do
Action and Events
Get Ready for Free Cone Day
Ice Cream is Free – But Palestinian People are not! – Leafleting at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops, April 2018 – stay tuned!
100 years after the Balfour Declaration, the Zionist threat to Palestinians continues
Peace, love & occupation don’t mix.
Boycott of Ben & Jerry’s!
Sponsored Art Projects
Najawa Street Art
Think of Others
Art Hop 2017
Get Involved & Stay Informed
Vermonters for Justice in Palestine (VTJP) was founded on the belief that Justice is a necessity before Peace can be achieved.
Mission Statement: Vermonters for Justice in Palestine works to support the survival of the Palestinian people and to end the illegal, immoral, and brutal Israeli occupation through education, advocacy, and action. We are committed to the principles of self-determination for the Palestinian people, the right of return for Palestinian refugees, and full civil and political rights for all Palestinians in order to promote the equality and safety of both Palestinians and Israelis