Please check Moral Monday CT’s Facebook page for our latest events.

Past Events

September 8, 2016 / New Britain CT:

Rev. Barber at CCSU with DUE Justice Coalition

April 16, 5:30 / Stratford, CT

Revolutionary Conversation on Confronting Racism and White Supremacy

March 30th

Community Conversation on Fair Housing

March 28, 2016 – April 4, 2016

Join #MoralMondayCT for our #WeekOfHolyAction

October 5th – Black Lives Matter Rally for Racial and Economic Justice, Unitarian Society of Hartford

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July 31st – August 12th All Roads Lead to Ferguson: Black Lives Matter Tour

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From Freddie Gray. Tamir Rice. Tanisha. Anderson. Mya Hall. Jerome Reid. Shelley Fredy. To Michael Brown. All Roads Lead to Ferguson. This is a Black Lives Matter Tour from Hartford to Ferguson featuring the Peace Poets, Kristen Graves, Peter Yarrow from Peter, Paul, and Mary, and other artists.  Join us for these historic Justice Gatherings to declare that Black Lives Matter! #AllRoadsLeadtoFergusonTour : #BlackLivesMatter

All Roads Lead to Ferguson: Black Lives Matter Tour Page

All Roads Lead to Ferguson: Black Lives Matter Tour Facebook Page

July 11th / 1:00 PM – Wilson Branch Library 303 Washington Ave, New Haven, CT 

Join the featured speakers, Bishop Selders, Norman Clement, and Karléh Wilson, in a discussion to answer the question “How does the movement go forward and win real change?” Many thanks to the ANSWER coalition in New Haven for putting this event together!


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July 6th / 6:00 PM – Strong Response to Recent Police Incident

Join Bishop John Selders, Lady Pamela Selders, Rev. Cornell Lewis, and Moral Monday CT in a strong community response to the recent police incident in Hartford.

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June 17th / 9:00 AM – Superior Court, 80 Washington Street Hartford, CT

In the wake of their brave stand in the street outside Hartford’s Old State House Square, The Hartford 17 will face the court. Come support #TheHartford17 !

June 8th / 4:00 PM – Old State House Square Downtown Hartford

Join Bishop John Selders, Minister Cornell Lewis, and other community leaders as we rally to support the Black Lives Matter movement, and to actively bring about change toward a society characterized by equality. Come make your voice heard, and support the value of human life.

May 19th, 2015 / 5:30 PM / Unity Plaza Hartford – Northend Hartford’s “Black Lives Matter” Rally
Bishop John Selders, Minister Cornell Lewis, and other community leaders rallied at Unity Plaza to spread the message of the Black Lives Matter movement assure the community of their worth and their ability to insight change through mass expression. Voices and experiences from all walks of life were heard with the unified message that police action, like all action, needs to be taken without prejudice. A broader message of peace and justice rang.

April 30th, 2015 / 6:30 PM / Trinity College Chapel – Solidarity with Baltimore Debrief and Conversation
Bishop John Selders, Minister Cornell Lewis, State Representative Angel Arce, and other community leaders met with citizens of the Hartford metropolitan area to discuss the events occurring in Baltimore, and to speak on the injustices the movement was founded upon. People of all walks of life spoke out against systemic racism, and called for action to uphold the ideal of a truly integrate, truly equal society.

February 23rd, 2015 / Main Street and City Hall Hartford – Moral Monday March and Die-In
Bishop John Selders, Minister Cornell Lewis, and other community leaders marched a half mile up Main Street to City Hall where they participated in a 4 and a 1/2 minute die-in to represent the equivalent number of hours that Michael Brown’s body lay in the street after he was shot to death in Ferguson. Throughout, they maintained the message that “If we don’t get no justice, they don’t get no peace.”

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