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- One State, One Film: Prison ReformOne State, One Film: Prison Reform Tuesday, April 20, 2021 12:00pm – 2:00pm REGISTER HERE WATCH Breaking the Cycle JOIN THE VIRTUAL DISCUSSION Join members of the Connecticut Collaborative on Poverty, Criminal Justice & Race, along with leading advocates in the fight for criminal justice reform in our State, to explore ways each one of […]Posted on April 12, 2021
- This Day in Nuremberg: Testimony of Wilhelm Keitel by Sara HarvelOn April 3, 1946, Nazi Defendant and Field Marshal of the Reich, Wilhelm Keitel took the stand. The trial brief says of Keitel, “In Keitel, there was the perfect co-operator. A man who was apparently deaf to any calls of conscience, dead to any sense of honour, ignorant of any distinction between right and wrong.” […]Posted on April 9, 2021
- Living Wage Factory Closing Signals a Loss of Vital AlternativesBy Shareen Hertel and Kyle Muncy Work in the garment industry is a first rung into the formal employment sector for many people globally. The American and British industrial revolutions were powered by textile manufacturing. Countless waves of immigrants (largely women) sewed for a living – often for low wages, longer hours, and in dangerous […]Posted on April 9, 2021
- This Day in Nuremberg: Testimony of Top Nazi: Hermann Goring by Sara HarvelOn March 13, high ranking Nazi Herman Goring took the stand. Goring was maybe the most important Nazi remaining. Goring and Hitler were tight, Hitler was even the godfather of Goring’s only child. Goring’s trial was a big deal because of the magnitude of his position and because of the precedent it set for international […]Posted on April 8, 2021