The Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence firmly condemns the continued systemic and institutional racism in our country. Black Lives Matter and we stand in solidarity with those working here in Connecticut and across the nation to create change.
The Alliance is committed to ending violence in our communities and understands that racism and sexual violence are often inextricably linked. It is our work as advocates, now more than ever, to push for systemic changes that will impact the most vulnerable and oppressed members of our communities. We acknowledge that dismantling white supremacy is our work and that we must do better.
The Alliance is committed to educating ourselves, speaking up, and working hard to contribute to lasting changes in our work and in our nation. It is our responsibility to recognize our own biases and facilitate conversations with our staff, member centers, public officials, and law enforcement. We commit ourselves to using our platform to be a louder and stronger voice for those who have been silenced.
Black Lives Matter and we invite you to join The Alliance in our commitment to being a catalyst for change.
Statewide organization aiming to reduce the direct harms caused by criminalization, incarceration, and deportation while building power among the people and families the communities most impacted by those systems
Organization committed to “ending mass criminalization, mass incarceration and the war on drugs; eliminating unwarranted racial disparities, and secure equitable communities and outcomes.
Dedicated to building communities of racial justice freedom fighters to dismantle systemic and structural racism in the state of Connecticut
A team of “fiercely dedicated advocates working to ensure the safe, fair, and effective treatment of youth who may become involved in the juvenile justice system.
A nonpartisan, non-profit membership organization that defends, promotes and preserves individual rights and liberties under the U.S. and Connecticut constitutions in state and federal court, the General Assembly and the state’s 169 towns and cities