A bill, spurred by the interrogation of former Major League Baseball player, Doug Glanville, that will stop police from questioning people out of their jurisdiction passed the state House of Representatives this week.
Connecticut is the lone success story among states in the Northeast, bucking a national trend toward more racially segregated schools, a new report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA found.
Connecticut schools are becoming more integrated in contrast to a regional trend that is actually seeing more racial segregation, according to a new report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
The ACLU of Connecticut called for concrete steps to be taken following a bombshell report that confirmed racial bias in traffic stops.
The number of African-American and Hispanic people incarcerated in Connecticut is falling, which is helping to cut the terrible racial disparities in state prisons.