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Brian Murray moved his family to Weston eight years ago so he could send his five children to the town’s excellent school system. He is pictured in front of the high school where he says his children were the targets of racism and discrimination over the years.

“On a recent Sunday, protesters marched through the center of Weston, a small, wealthy town in southwest Connecticut. They chanted “no justice, no peace” and raised handwritten signs that read “Black Lives Matter” and “Silence is Violence.”  Somewhere in the crowd, Brian Murray hoisted his own message: “Fact check: Weston, CT. No Black teachers. No Black police officers. No Black board members. No Black town of Weston government office members.”” — Hartford Business Journal

Read more about the policies that are keeping the status quo in Connecticut and what needs to be done to change them:  CT has an opportunity to tackle housing segregation. It appears to be taking a pass. — Hartford Business Journal