It was a different kind of social justice rally in New Haven. Around a hundred members of the area’s elderly population took to the green.
New Haven police are investigating after a woman was stabbed at a bus stop Thursday afternoon.
New Haven police have identified the man struck and killed near the New Haven Green Sunday afternoon.
Sunday afternoon, protesters marched through the streets of New Haven against police brutality and racism. Their purpose: prayer, protest, and peace.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Around 100 people marched in an anti-4th of July protest in New Haven Saturday afternoon. The rally started at 1 p.m. at the New Haven Green and protestors marched to the police department chanting, “no justice, no peace.” Their flyer reads: “Why celebrate Independence Day if we aren’t all free?”
‘Your enemy is not the people you’re shooting your guns at’: New Haven families rally to end gun violence
Dozens held a rally for peace on Thursday after a rash of violence early in the week. Four shootings happened in four hours, killing two people on Tuesday- marking the tenth and eleventh homicides in the Elm City this year.
Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut transit workers were out at bus stops Tuesday handing out free masks to passengers.
An anti-gun rally is happening in New Haven Sunday afternoon. It started at 2 p.m. in the rear parking lot of the Stetson Library on Dixwell Avenue.
Hundreds gathered on the New Haven Green on Friday to celebrate Juneteenth.
New Haven protesters demand justice for George Floyd, CT teen Mubarak Soulemane killed in officer-involved shooting
Protesters gathered at the New Haven City Hall near the New Haven Green for the second weekend in a row, continuing to call for racial justice and an end to police brutality Saturday afternoon.