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Homes with more black and Hispanic residents tended to have more COVID-19 infections and deaths.
Gov. Ned Lamont is expected to announce an initial round of emergency pandemic relief for cities and towns Thursday.
All the state's nursing homes have been inspected since the pandemic began.
Blacks are angry. Whites are engaged. The young are mobilized. A black lawmaker asks, Will it go anywhere?
Blumenthal, Murphy join others condemning "use of the U.S. military to impede the First Amendment rights of Americans."
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State officials and representatives of hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio’s philanthropic arm will meet Friday to dissolve their education partnership.
The coronavirus-induced recession hit Connecticut’s racial minorities and workers in their 20s and 30s the hardest, a new analysis shows.
The CEO of Connecticut’s education partnership will be paid more than $120,000 in severance if fired, provided she remains silent.
About 80,000 Connecticut families must wait to receive money to make up for meals kids no longer receive at school.
American cities are inflamed once again. The tinder being the murder of a black man, George Floyd, at the hands of a thuggish white police officer in Minneapolis who handcuffed him and choked him to death by placing a knee on his neck while three other police officers blandly observed. Floyd was accused of the heinous crime of passing a counterfeit $20 bill.
More than a half-million people in every Connecticut city and town rely on community nonprofits for services critical to helping them achieve a quality and healthy life.
The Alliance is the statewide association, and the voice of community nonprofits, representing 117,000 Connecticut workers in this vital field. Today, those workers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, feeding the hungry and unemployed, supporting those with disabilities, helping the incarcerated successfully return to their communities and working to ensure continuity of mental health services, every day.
As a pastor at Faith Church and a resident of Danbury, I have seen firsthand how our city’s schools are some of the most crowded in the state. In recent years, our city’s economy has boomed and our community has flourished. Families have flocked to Danbury and we value those from every background. We welcome new residents with open arms because we know that each new neighbor opens Danbury to new horizons.
George Floyd’s death at the hands, or rather knee, of a Minnesota police officer demonstrates the difficulty in holding law enforcement accountable. Before this latest incident, the officer, Derek Chauvin, faced at least 17 misconduct complaints with the Minneapolis Police Department.
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