Connecticut Forum: Winning the Fight Against Racism and Police Terror

July 11, 2015 at 1:00pm - 3pm
Wilson Library
303 Washington Ave
New Haven, CT 06513
United States
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Acts of police brutality from Oakland, Baltimore and Ferguson to Hartford an New Haven, along with the terrorist attack on Black worshipers in Charleston and the arsons of multiple Black churches in the South have angered, ignited and inspired new movements against racism and police terror. How does the movement go forward and win real change? Join this public forum to discuss these important questions.


Norman Clement, an organizer with the ANSWER Coalition in New Haven, has led many demonstrations against police brutality.
Karléh Wilson, a student-activist who studies Philosophy at Yale University. Through activism, Karléh seeks to support the intersectional struggles that police brutality imposes on oppressed groups in New Haven.
Dr. Bishop John Selders, a core organizer of the Moral Monday CT movement, Associate Chaplain at Trinity College, and longtime activist against racism and police brutality.

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