THE CONNECTICUT

COLLABORATIVE

 ON 

POVERTY, CRIMINAL

JUSTICE & RACE

WHAT WE DO
Our MISSION

The Connecticut Collaborative is a coalition of people and organizations working at the intersection of the issues of poverty, criminal justice & race with the aim to encourage dialogue and collective action to address structural inequities in our communities and in the criminal justice system.

Who We Are
OUR MEMBERS

Our members represent a broad cross-section of Connecticut organizations and individuals addressing the issues of poverty, criminal justice, and race. They offer opportunities for engagement and learning, and welcome you to reach out!

November 6, 2019, 1-6pm
A TIME TO TALK
– Dignity –

Join us on November 6 to re-imagine a justice system where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. This community dialogue event will take place at Capital Community College from 1-6pm. Please come to talk, learn and share solutions!

ANNOUNCEMENTS
STAY UP-TO-DATE

Along with our update-focused newsletter, we share news and event information concerning issues of poverty, criminal justice, and race in Connecticut. Visit our Join Us page for more info about the newsletter or click the button below for the latest news.

 

OUR MEMBERS

The 2018/2019 Planning Team

Shelby Brown, lead

Vivien Blackford

Andrew Clark

Anderson Curtis

Amber Elliot

Stephen Fagbemi

Richard Frieder

Charmane Glass Tripp

Sue Gunderman

Gus Marks-Hamilton

G. Duncan Harris

Sandy Heierbacher

Sandy Lominico

Brendan Lounsbury 

Darryl McGraw

Nutan Mishra

Francine Nichols

Sandy Rodriguez

Ashley Stewart

Kenyatta Thompson

Sagacity Walker

Michelle White

Our Individual Members

  • Charmagne Glass-Tripp

  • Ashley Stewart

 
latest news
FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact: Richard Frieder, rfrieder335@gmail.com

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© 2019 by the Connecticut Collaborative on Poverty, Criminal Justice, and Race. Hartford photo by Doug Kerr.