This Is Our Beautiful City of Hartford. A West View from the Connecticut River

This Is Our Beautiful City of Hartford. A West View from the Connecticut River

AIR FORCE ONE, 2013 at Air Base in East Granby, CT. Photo by Reggie Hales

AIR FORCE ONE, 2013 at Air Base in East Granby, CT. Photo by Reggie Hales

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Former Urban League Presidents talk of the Urban league in the early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Urban League Presidents talk of the Urban league in the early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Hartford Mayor reflects for Inquiring News, on the Urban League of Hartford's early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Former Hartford Mayor reflects for Inquiring News, on the Urban League of Hartford's early days. Photo by Reggie Hales

Caption: Jamar Green, 17 of Hartford is a great kid under the leadership of Pat Kelly. Who teaches local at risk kids the art of caring for horses. Picture her with Pat Kelly, President of the Ebony Horsewomen at their Vine ST farm. (Photo by Reggie Hales).

Caption: Jamar Green, 17 of Hartford is a great kid under the leadership of Pat Kelly. Who teaches local at risk kids the art of caring for horses. Picture her with Pat Kelly, President of the Ebony Horsewomen at their Vine ST farm. (Photo by Reggie Hales).

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Hartford Fire House Number 16. Were Kevin Bell and Firefighter Jason Martinez, 29, of Manchester were stationed. Photo by Reggie Hales

Hartford Fire House Number 16. Were Kevin Bell and Firefighter Jason Martinez, 29, of Manchester were stationed. Photo by Reggie Hales

Thursday Robinson meet in the morning with Hartford Mayor Segarra in his office. Mayor Segarra Proclaimed Thursday as Moushaumi Robinson Day. He also invited her to attend the Hartford Marathon. Photo by Reggie Hales

Thursday Robinson meet in the morning with Hartford Mayor Segarra in his office. Mayor Segarra Proclaimed Thursday as Moushaumi Robinson Day. He also invited her to attend the Hartford Marathon. Photo by Reggie Hales

Fellow Hartford Fighters place their brother fighter, Kevin Bell, who died last Monday fighting fire on Blue Hills Ave. Photo by Rick Hartford-Courant

Fellow Hartford Fighters place their brother fighter, Kevin Bell, who died last Monday fighting fire on Blue Hills Ave. Photo by Rick Hartford-Courant

Pre Event Photo  (L-R) - Theresa Hopkins-Staten, Chairperson, Urban League, O’Jays Eddie Levert and Adrienne W. Cochrane, President Urban League Hartford. Photo by Merle Davis

Pre Event Photo (L-R) - Theresa Hopkins-Staten, Chairperson, Urban League, O’Jays Eddie Levert and Adrienne W. Cochrane, President Urban League Hartford. Photo by Merle Davis


Tag Archives: women

Discriminating Against Women Farmers

September 29, 2012 at 00:16

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USDA and U.S. Justice Department Discriminating Against Women and Hispanic Farmers Selma, Alabama – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Justice Department employed one claims process in addressing USDA’s discrimination against Black and Native American Farmers. Now they are implementing a very different claims process for Women and Hispanic Farmers. The […]

Superstar Vanessa Williams Headline Luncheon

August 28, 2012 at 08:44

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HARTFORD – The Amistad Center for Art & Culture announces Superstar Vanessa Williams and her mother, Helen Williams, will headline the Phenomenal Woman Luncheon, the first of three final events celebrating The Amistad Center’s 25th anniversary this year. On Saturday, Oct. 13, The Amistad Center will host the Phenomenal Woman Luncheon, with National Best-Selling Authors […]

Witness for Justice: “Deadheading and the Stars”

August 3, 2012 at 14:19

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By. Loey Powell | Executive for Administration and Women’s Justice It is often while doing the most mundane tasks that we remember things learned from loved ones who are no longer with us. Like the other day when I was “deadheading” our neighbors potted flowers as part of taking care of their house and cats […]

Media Coverage of Reproductive Rights Should Include Women of Color

June 22, 2012 at 19:35

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By Nadra Kareem Nittle OAKLAND – Social wedge issues such as abortion, birth control and sex education in public schools have taken center stage and sometimes dominated the political debate this year, but progressive experts on reproductive rights are concerned that women of color are rarely represented in the mainstream media’s coverage. If elected president, […]

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