Through continued education on intersectional issues related to education, culture, race and class, we become better equipped to take on the difficult and necessary work of transforming our local communities and our state.

News, Community Voices March 28, 2022

Connecticut needs equitable early childhood funding

The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund calls on state and municipal budget makers to fully and equitably fund early care and education in Connecticut. In most BIPOC communities—and, indeed, across the state—child care is in short supply. Disparities…

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Community Voices February 27, 2019

Precious Price, Beverly Lawrence, Diana Martinez Story, Middletown, CT

This playlist of stories is part of StoryScape: A mixed media exhibit of stories exploring the landscape of education, justice and community across Connecticut.

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