Connecticut schools are still set to reopen this fall, despite growing concerns of COVID-19. New Haven clergy members hosted a meeting Thursday to brainstorm about ways to improve the city’s back to school plan.
New Haven clergy members voice concerns about possibility of schools reopening amid COVID-19 pandemic
On Wednesday, New Haven clergy met with community leaders to talk about bringing kids back to school.
New Haven clergy are calling for the resignation of West Haven Police Chief Joseph Perno, citing police response to peaceful protests Sunday.
It’s the question that’s on the mind of many parents and educators in Connecticut. How do we send our kids back to school, and do so safely for everyone involved? And like most questions of that nature, it’s a question that raises as many more questions as it answers.
There are mixed feelings about heading back to church. First Calvary Baptist Church’s Reverend Boise Kimber discusses churches reopening amid the pandemic with the Capitol Report panel.
As protests and rallies continue across Connecticut, leaders and police fear things could turn violent.
On Tuesday, the Greater New Haven Clergy Association met at First Calvary Baptist Church in New Haven to discuss policing in Black communities.
CT ACLU calling for policy-changing legislation after recent police brutality, protests across the nation
With public unrest not seen since the civil rights movement gripping our country, those advocating for change say they want this to be a transformative moment that rises above simple political platitudes.
Faith leaders say clergy and congregation will be kept safe while churches reopen amid the pandemic.
New Haven reverend urges faith leaders not to reopen churches until they get enough PPE, suggests turning churches into testing sites
New Haven faith leaders held a virtual conference urging local churches not to reopen until they have proper PPE.