Anti-Segregation Policy Recommendations Made

(*From the Connecticut Open Communities Alliance) (HARTFORD, CT) – On the 50th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act Open Communities Alliance joined Governor Dannel Malloy, Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein, legislators and housing advocates at a press conference at the State Capitol to express support for a series of anti-segregation policy recommendations. The federal Fair Housing Act was enacted in the wake of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In recognition of today’s historic anniversary, Governor Malloy proclaimed April 11, 2018, as “Fair Housing Day” in the State of Connecticut. Drawing on six months of work by the Fair Housing Working Group, led by Representativ

Follow up 4/12 Presentation CT Voices for Children

A big thank you to CT Voices for Children for its excellent presentation to our group today. Click Here to Access the presentation: Pathways to Opportunity: Investing in a More Inclusive and Prosperous Tomorrow Presented by: Ellen Shemitz, J.D. - Executive Director, Connecticut Voices for Children Camara Stokes Hudson - Associate Policy Fellow, Connecticut Voices for Children Connecticut Voices for Children is a research-based child advocacy organization. Click here to access all publications and papers referenced in today's meeting. Supplemental Material from partner organizations: You might be interested in the housing desegregation work of The Open Communities Alliance The Coalitio

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