With you, we have built a uniquely Connecticut movement for racial justice, rooted in faith and conscience. We are bold and honored to be connected to both national and international movements for black lives -- and movements for social justice for marginalized and oppressed people. At the head of 2017, we take a look back. … Continue reading 2016: the Year in Review
November 19, 2016 After a time of prayer and deliberation, the executive leadership of Moral Monday CT has decided to sever ties with the Showing Up For Racial Justice, Hartford (SURJ-Hartford) organization. Our executive leadership met with SURJ-Hartford core leadership for an extended time of conversation and could not reconcile inconsistencies/barriers that compromise our ability … Continue reading Statement Regarding SURJ-Hartford
Sgt. Sean Spell was caught stomping on the head of a handcuffed suspect on video in June. The video was only released once the officer had retired on a $128,000+ annual pension.
#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
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