It has been awhile, Sheldon/Charter Oak. Last time, the new development on Popieluszko Court was still quite unfinished and the former Capewell Horse Nail Co. factory was actively crumbling. Continue reading 'In Your Neighborhood: Sheldon/Charter Oak'»
This week’s batch of photos is the result of a few different trips to this neighborhood. One of these visits including watching a parade, making it more likely that people would be in the photos. During warm months, when we go out, it tends to be early in the day, before walking around for hours will cause heat stroke.
Still, when we traveled on an early Sunday morning recently, we still saw many residents out on their porches and in their yards. Continue reading 'In Your Neighborhood: Upper Albany'»
After a several year hiatus, the African-American Parade of Connecticut returned on Saturday. Continue reading 'African-American Parade Makes Joyful Return'»
The Moral Monday actions have not exactly been underground. There are hashtags and Twitter accounts for the movement. Yet, it seems that the civil disobedience during Monday’s evening rush hour took a number of people, including some reporters, by surprise — despite the intentions being announced on Real Hartford and elsewhere. Continue reading 'Rush Hour Civil Disobedience Draws Attention to Racism'»