Justice in Action Presents: Two Connecticuts: Conversations about Race and Place

Four Sessions: September 22, October 20, November 17, December 8

This series will examine how segregation hurts people of color – depriving them of personal dignity, economic opportunity and access to healthcare and safety – yet also disadvantages the state as a whole. Over four sessions, panels of informed experts will examine the racism that surrounds us, in housing, schools, and the structure of our government.

"Justice in Action Presents” is a series of monthly conversations about justice-related issues to inform and engage AHCC’s members. As people of faith, we are called to be an inclusive and accepting community that welcomes difficult conversations, listening and learning from each other with open hearts and minds. There will be a Q&A/discussion component to each event and we welcome all points of view. Please join us!

Session 1 – Lucy Nalpathanchil (WNPR), William Tong (Attorney General, State of CT, Dana Peterson (Economist) and Jay Williams (President HFPG)

Virtual and at Wilde Auditorium, University of Hartford. Admission is free but registration is required. To register or learn more visit:



Chris Davis

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