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Stratford Democrats Back Haitian American Woman for Mayor
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Stratford Democrats Back Haitian American Woman for Mayor

À la lumière des données récemment publiées con- cernant l’innocuité et l’efficacité de l’hydroxychloroquine pour le traitement des patients COVID-19, le Groupe exécutif de l’essai Solidarity a décidé de sus- pendre temporairement le volet correspondant, par mesure de précaution, le temps que les données relatives à l’innocuité soient examinées.

Will the Establishment Democrats Get It?
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Will the Establishment Democrats Get It?

When Dr. Immacula Cann entered the mayoral race in Stratford as the Democratic challenger of the incumbent Republican Mayor Laura Hoydick, several key electoral constituencies across the state of Connecticut jubilantly were thrilled with her candidature, particularly African Americans, Haitian Americans and women in politics.

Remembering Joseph Emilio Revolus
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Remembering Joseph Emilio Revolus

Haitian communities across the United States have been profoundly impacted by the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic. In Connecticut where a sizable percentage of the Haitian American community falls in the category of essential workers, we all have friends, co-workers, or family members who suffered from or died of this dreadful disease.

Five Connecticut Municipalities Consider Joining the Movement to Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis
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Five Connecticut Municipalities Consider Joining the Movement to Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis

On July 6, New Haven and Middletown will consider resolutions to declare racism a public health crisis at meetings scheduled for 7 pm. The same night, at 7:30 Milford’s Board of Aldermen considered language about combating racism and several local leaders have urged local officials to add the statement that racism is a public health crisis. Tomorrow night, Manchester and Windham will consider resolutions as well.