"civil rights" tag

Greenwich Reform Synagogue files civil rights lawsuit over plan rejection

Following the rejection of its plan to build a new house of worship in a residential neighborhood in Cos Cob, the Greenwich Reform Synagogue has accused the town of violating the congregation’s civil rights, filing a lawsuit in federal court last week.

Celebrating America

Happy birthday, America! Forget that there are 238 candles on the cake. You don’t look a day over 235! So what are we going to do to celebrate?

Opening my eyes to history

In February there are a lot of festivities trying to grab your attention, from checking to see whether Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow to the two weeks of the Olympics in Sochi. But there is also the month-long celebration of Black History Month.

Residents honored at Humanitarian Award Reception

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) honored town residents Nancy and Bill Zisson, and Judith Altmann of Stamford, at the organization’s 2013 Daniel R. Ginsberg Humanitarian Award Reception and Centennial Gala.

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