NEW HAVEN, CT -- The Open Society Foundation’s Emma Lazarus II Fund has officially granted $100,000 to The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven (CFGNH) on behalf of the Immigrant Strategic Funders Collaborative for Connecticut (The Collaborative) for the period from November 1, 2015 through December 31, 2016.
Civil Rights, Social Action
HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut Humanities awarded Everyday Democracy a planning grant in the amount of $9,999 in support of its humanities project “Connecticut’s Civic Health: A Humanities Perspective.”
LOS ANGELES, CA -- For the first time in its ten recent studies of public school segregation in East Coast states, the Civil Rights Project today releases a new report documenting significant progress toward integrated education. In the state of Connecticut there has been clear progress, according to the new study’s findings.
STAMFORD, CT -- The Ferguson Library has received a grant for $1,500 from Connecticut Humanities to support its ongoing community engagement and Black History Month programming.
CCP President Maggie Gunther Osborn's remarks from CCP's 22nd Annual Luncheon and Philanthropic Awards that took place on May 2, 2014.
CCP President Maggie Gunther Osborn comments on thoughts from Maya Rhodan, TIME contributor and journalist, as a way to highlight the reality of the government shutdown and its impact on communities and people.