Wilton Clergy, Police & Town Officials to Hold ‘Walk for Peace and an End to Racism’

BREAKING NEWS, June 1, 2:45 p.m.–Following protests, demonstrations and violence across the country over the last weekend, town leaders are organizing a peaceful event in Wilton to demonstrate the community’s stance against racism and for racial unity. Find out the details, here… Wilton Clergy, Police & Town Officials to Hold ‘Walk for Peace and an End to Racism’ BREAKING NEWS, June 1, 2:45 p.m.–Following protests, demonstrations and violence across the…

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How to Make this Moment the Turning Point for Real Change

From Barack Obama: “But eventually, aspirations have to be translated into specific laws and institutional practices — and in a democracy, that only happens when we elect government officials who are responsive to our demands. “Moreover, it’s important for us to understand which levels of government have the biggest impact on our criminal justice system and police practices. When we think about politics, a lot of us focus only on…

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Happening at 1:10 today Monday June 1 Original Facebook Post

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Over the next few weeks, Access Health CT and the Connecticut Commission on Women, Children and Seniors will be hosting a webinar series about accessing affordable coverage options through the health insurance exchange. To register, visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qI-suWpESSqKba3F1NAi3Q Original Facebook Post

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In Connecticut, mourning for George Floyd; frustration and anger over the pervasiveness of racism

In Connecticut, many African Americans say they are not only mourning the death of George Floyd, but watching in frustration as another generation of black children witnesses the deficiencies of justice in the United States. In Connecticut, mourning for George Floyd; frustration and anger over the pervasiveness of racism For many Americans watching this week, Minneapolis has turned into a horrifying mix of anger and violence. In Connecticut, many African…

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