A panel discussion Wednesday on systemic racism in schools was organized by YWCA Greenwich, whose core mission includes eliminating racism. The conversation was inspired by the proliferation of “BlackAt” accounts on social media.
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Eversource advised they will be sending additional restoration crews to Greenwich who have completed their work in neighboring communities. They will join the teams already operating in Greenwich and work throughout the evening. Continue Reading →
The Connecticut Dept of Revenue Services is urging those who missed the July 15 Connecticut income tax filing deadline to file returns and make necessary payments as soon as possible. Continue Reading →
The discussion will examine the aspects of the school experience that perpetuate implicit bias and racism, as well as how both public and independent schools are addressing these critical issues. Continue Reading →