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Building more diverse, equitable and vibrant communities

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Multicultural Book Drive

CoDE is conducting a Book Drive to donate multicultural books to the elementary school libraries in each of our four towns (Hebron, Marlborough, Columbia…

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- Melinda Johnson, Director of Community Engagement & Advocacy, YWCA Hartford Region

Testimonials

[I learned] how united all people can be toward justice and equal treatment and respect.
Attendee
Juneteenth Celebration

Hebron CoDE…who knew that what you started two years ago would cast such a bright light on the hard work of racial justice and allyship. You will serve as an example for other towns in CT for tackling tough issues with respect and heart.

Anita Ford Saunders
APR, Co-chair, Public Relations Society of America Diversity & Inclusion Committee

This series has been so informative and has encouraged me to look deeper at my own attitudes and beliefs about what it means to be an inclusive and diverse community where I live, pray and work.

Participant
Sacred Ground series

What great work you are doing!

Rev. Dr. Shelley D. Best
CEO, Greater Hartford Arts Council

Thank you to Hebron CODE. Your work is inspiring and you are leading by example for many other communities.

Bonnie Malley
VP, Finance & Administration, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

I learned more specifically about slavery in Connecticut, which I had never learned before. I've lived in Connecticut my whole life and never heard these stories until today.

Attendee
Juneteenth Celebration