Support from the Department of Housing and Urban Development allows the Center to facilitate community education programming and invest in outreach to constituents likely to face housing discrimination.
Discriminatory policies create and maintain our segregated neighborhoods in Connecticut, which is one of the most racially segregated states in the country. Educational programming that shares our discriminatory past with community leaders, stakeholders, and policy makers is designed so that failures of the past are not repeated in today’s decisions. Community education also provides an opportunity to share the stories often silenced in our collective conscious.
One of the challenges we face with public events is recreating the work for anyone else who misses our programs. With help from CT Data we have been able to digitize our fair housing tours. Please visit our website to view the fair housing history tour of Hartford, and the Winthrop Cove Urban Renewal tour of New London!Visit The Site