#WeAreCharlotte #TulsaIsEverywhere

#KeithLamontScott #TerrenceCrutcher #SayTheirNames Hundreds of people of faith and conscience protested at the corner of Albany and Main Streets in Hartford. Protestors came from Hartford, Norwalk, Waterbury, New Haven, Bristol, Springfield, MA, New Britain, Bloomfield, West Hartford, Manchester, Glastonbury and other communities.  Activists took to the streets in deep frustration and grief, called to  witness and … Continue reading #WeAreCharlotte #TulsaIsEverywhere

Join Moral Monday CT for a National Day of Action on Social Justice

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 … Continue reading Join Moral Monday CT for a National Day of Action on Social Justice

Moral Monday CT to Host Rev. Barber Call to Action with DUE Coalition

On Thursday, September 8th at 6:30 PM, we will join the DUE Justice Coalition and many other social justice organizations from around the state as we welcome Reverend William Barber, Founder of the Moral Mondays movement in North Carolina. Rev. Barber will issue a call to action ahead of the fall electoral season.  Faith leaders, … Continue reading Moral Monday CT to Host Rev. Barber Call to Action with DUE Coalition

Nuns on the Bus “Mend the Gap” Stop in Hartford Hosted by Moral Monday CT

On July 24th, the Nuns on the Bus, lead by Sister Simone Campbell, came to Hartford for their “Mending the Gaps” tour across the U.S. While in Hartford, Moral Monday CT hosted the group and discussed efforts towards racial justice in Hartford and the state at large. The lunch was hosted by Rev. Curtis Farr … Continue reading Nuns on the Bus “Mend the Gap” Stop in Hartford Hosted by Moral Monday CT

Primer: Freedom Songs for Protestors

Join Moral Monday CT as we raise our voices and spirits in the struggle Hell U Talmbout - Janelle Monae Eric Garner Song I can hear my brother (neighbor, sister) saying (calling, crying) I can’t breathe Now I’m in the struggle and (saying) I can’t leave (We’re) Calling out the violence of the racist police … Continue reading Primer: Freedom Songs for Protestors