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Viewing America through a caste lens

Wilkerson spanned the American experience from the colonial era through today.

Winston E. Allen’s autobiography recalls how he desegregated Wall Street in...

A chance encounter in Paris with Nat King Cole's niece changed the direction of his life.

CT hearing on ‘mansion tax’ boils over into charges of racism...

Sen. Tony Hwang (R-Fairfield) blasted Rep. Michael Winkler (R-Vernon) after the latter referred to "Asians and other minorities that have never been discriminated against.”

UConn in new partnership for online courses

The first course, “Anti-Black Racism in America,” debuts March 14.

U.S. obesity rate hits a new high at 42%

19.3% of U.S. young people between ages 2 to 19 have obesity.

Survey: Consumers support brands that speak out against racism

65% of respondents stated that consumer brands should take a public stand against racism.

Despite GOP registrar of voters’ defiance, Norwalk moving ahead with termination

“Karen Doyle Lyons’ employment with the City of Norwalk will terminate on July 20, 2020,” Mayor Harry Rilling said in a statement.

Norwalk GOP registrar of voters resists demands for resignation in wake...

Having originally agreed to step down, Lyons has since rescinded that offer.

Fordham to host discussion on anti-Semitism and sports

“Businesspeople can make a difference,” Anthony Davidson, dean of the Fordham University School of Professional and Continuing Studies, said when discussing why he believes...

U.S. Sen. Murphy introduces bill to strengthen school diversity

“Racial and economic isolation exists throughout the country, and Connecticut is no different,” said the Democrat in presenting his Strength in Diversity Act.

Westport restaurant stirs trouble with cocktail named for Tuskegee Experiment

The drink was named for an infamous federal project that studied African-American men with syphilis but denied them curative treatments.