Angry, hostile responses to the resurgent Black Lives Matter movement are exposing the intensity of Connecticut’s racial divide

Jordan Griffin, 18, who organized a Black Lives Matter protest in Wethersfield, wants concrete changes in town: more people of color elected to local leadership and serving as teachers, guidance counselors, and administrators in town schools. (Mark Mirko / Hartford Courant)

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