Connecticut Housing Segregation Cements Poverty: Second Hour Discussion, 11:15am, Sunday, December 3rd, in the Parlor

The Connecticut pattern of segregated housing cements poverty in place. This information is according to a new report from the Connecticut Open Communities Alliance. CT segregated housing designs implicate low wages, racial justice, and lower educational opportunities–all matters of significant importance to members of Immanuel Congregational Church.

Erin Boggs, executive director of the CT Open Communities Alliance, will present at the Second Hour on Sunday, December 3rd, on segregated housing in CT and strategies her organization is developing to locate mixed-income housing in thriving communities.