Open Communities Alliance was launched in October of 2013 by a small group of advocates in Connecticut who believe that place and race matter and that it is time for a frank conversation about the impact racial, ethnic, and economic segregation has on everyone in the state. The Alliance supports an urban-suburban interracial coalition that pushes for access to opportunity and housing choice. This work is grounded in the comprehensive research and analysis of the Alliance and its partners.
2019 Policy Priorities CT Zoning Regulations OCA v. Carson Out of Balance Report Policy Toolkits Opportunity Mapping
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