Connecticut clergy and citizens from all faiths will come together in a day of action for justice and democratic awakening on Monday, September 12th at 11 AM. People of faith and conscience with gather in front of the legislative office building and present an eight point platform to policymakers at the State Capitol.
The platform mirrors Moral Monday CT’s demands, and calls on Connecticut elected officials to address issues ranging from affordable housing to educational equity to state-sanctioned violence against black and brown people.
Moral Monday CT calls on people of faith to practice fusion politics — the politics of inclusion. There is tremendous potential and power in the progressive coalition. Intersectionality is the key. Connecticut will be one of twenty-five states to participate in the National Day of Action.