A brief interview with Bridgeport-based art collective lionheART. by Mairead McElroy 1) What is lionheART and how did it get started? lionheART Bridgeport is an art space in memory of grandparents Bonnie and Richard Bieder. lionheART holds monthly gallery openings, offers weekly painting sessions, and has an arts and social justice library. 2) What’s thatContinue reading “Artist Interview: lionheART”
A retrospective on the 2021 efforts of DSA in Connecticut.
One socialist’s impressions on canvassing and the ongoing challenges facing renters in Connecticut.
Building a socialist mass movement depends on understanding our theory of change and critically reflecting on our successes and failures in its pursuit. With this in mind, we reflect on the 2021 tenet union building efforts in Central CT.
A luxury apartment building is in the works in downtown New Britain. Local government and media present this as a good thing that will improve the community, but the fact is this is just further gentrification of a city home to many poor people.
In July 2021, Connecticut became the first state in the country to pass a statewide baby bond program. It has many strings attached but is ultimately a step forward.
Connecticut media outlets ignored widespread demonstrations for ending the apartheid of the Palestinian people. This was due in no small part to Connecticut’s arms industries and the lucrative contracts they have with the state of Israel.
The state of Connecticut is going to receive $300 million to help combat opioid addiction as part of a national $26 billion settlement with opioid manufacturers. Can our representatives be trusted to use that money for what it’s intended?
Other publications have accused politics of making us stupid. We’d like for politics to make Connecticut residents smart.
Protesters gathered in Hartford, Stamford, and New Haven in the wake of Daunte Wright’s murder to demand justice for victims of police violence in Connecticut