During our #MonthofResistance, we at @MoralMondayCT encourage you to reclaim your power and the power of the people: February 20th #WorldDayofSocialJustice (and President’s Day) Mark it with a community clap back at #OVERREACH #WhyWeClapback POTUS #45 has his tweeting fingers on Executive Orders; law enforcement feels even more taser and trigger happy since November; and … Continue reading Power to the People
December 7, 2016 Moral Monday CT stands in solidarity with the host of others from across the country who have expressed concern, frustration and outrage at the news of the mistrial declared in the court case against Michael Slager, the former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer who shot and killed Walter Scott, black and … Continue reading Statement Regarding Mistrial in Walter Scott Case
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 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