Justice bills aimed at reducing racial inequality in CT

The Washington Times -

The Washington Times—HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut lawmakers are looking to reduce racial inequalities in the state's criminal justice system and curb gun violence through several bills that have been approved by legislative committees this year. The proposals include erasing many criminal convictions that disproportionately affect Black and Hispanic residents compared with

Georgetown’s Racial Justice Institute aims to address school’s inequities. As Georgetown university comes to terms with their racial history, its is also looking to address the issues impacting Black people and other people of color today.