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.
The questioning of a former Major League Baseball player in Hartford, by a police officer out of his jurisdiction, shows that state rules need to be reinforced. Last March, Doug Glanville, was shoveling snow from the driveway of his Hartford home when a police officer from another jurisdiction questioned him. He chronicled his experience in […]