What Does Income Inequality and Racial Injustice Look Like in CT?

Join the CT Citizen Action Group on Saturday, January 30 for a Justice Works Convening at Middlesex Community College. The event will explore inequality and racial justice. Issues to be discussed include good jobs and fair wages, access to quality public education and debt-free higher education, racial, gender and ethnic justice; democracy in our state and in our work places; and a vibrant and fairly-funded public sector. The Justice Works Convening starts at 8 a.m. with a continental breakfast and registration and wraps up at 3:30 with "next steps." To register, please visit www.ccag.net or call 860-209-1234, ann.prattccag@gmail.com. #meetings #RaceandEquity #advocacy

Latino Policy Day

On February 4th, Connecticut’s Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission and the Hispanic Federation will jointly host the state’s first Latino Policy Day at the state Capitol. This will be an all-day event with six sessions highlighting policy issues of importance to all state residents and to the Latino population in particular. Topics will include ending political gerrymandering, reforming the for-profit bail bond system, improving education outcomes for English Language Learners, fixing K-12 education finance, remediating hyper segregated housing, as well as expanding education on reproductive health and dental care. For more information and to Register, click here. #RaceandEquity #ad

Witnesses to Hunger CT Event

Check out End Hunger Connecticut! 's event "Witnesses to Hunger CT," which seeks to bring visibility to the everyday struggles of CT residents to make ends meet. February 1st 2pm at the Legislative Office Building Conference Room 1B Don't forget to check out End Hunger CT's website! #childhoodhunger #advocacy

January Meeting Video Online!

Click here to watch the video We invited members of our Middlesex County legislative delegation, as well as representatives from some state-wide advocacy partners. Panelists include: State Senator Len Fasano, Senate Minority Leader State Representative Noreen Kokoruda, Member Children, Education, Appropriations Committees State Representative Matt Lesser, Member, Appropriations Committee We will also have updates from the following state-wide groups: ACLU of CT End Hunger CT! CT Early Childhood Alliance CT Voices for Children

What to Expect in the Upcoming Sesson

We've invited members of our Middlesex County legislative delegation, as well as representatives from some state-wide advocacy partners. Come hear them speak about the challenges and hopes of the upcoming legislative session. This will be a big picture conversation, so spread this invitation wide. Everyone can learn something! Bring your questions. **This event will be filmed by Connecticut Network (CT-N), if you miss the event, you can look to the network on Friday to watch! Confirmed Panelists include: Senate Minority Leader State Representative Noreen Kokoruda, member Childrens, Education, Appropriations Committees State Representative Matt Lesser Member, Appropriations Committee We

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