Housing Segregation in Connecticut

In what ways is segregation still practiced in the United States today?

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Indigenous Students and Connecticut’s Mission Schools

How can we achieve a better understanding of the past in the absence of primary sources that represent the full picture?

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Making a Difference: Individuals in Connecticut History

What is the significance of Connecticut’s contribution to America’s story?

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Paving the “Way”: Connecticut Women Artists in the Early Republic

In what ways were women’s professional options linked to their educational opportunities in the late 18th and early 19th centuries?

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Late 1960s Civil Unrest in Connecticut’s Capital City

What conditions led to civil unrest in the 1960s?

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The Chinese Educational Mission and How Asian American Stories Reframe American History

How did participating in the Chinese Educational Mission influence both its students and America?

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Bilingual Education for Spanish Speakers in 1970s Hartford

How have communities advocated for fair and equal access to education in Connecticut?

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Lovely St. School, Avon, 1912

Kids in Connecticut History: Image Analysis Skill-Builder

In what ways have the lives of children in Connecticut changed or stayed the same over time?

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The Black Law in Connecticut

What is social justice?

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