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Ongoing Events

National Faith Leader Collaborative (NFLC) Praying together for “Stop the Violence” Event

Upcoming Event

Praying – Marching – Standing – Giving

June 23, 2022 – July 23, 2022

“The People of Connecticut Come Together for the People of UKRAINE”


Past Events

Praying Together To


Sunday, March 20, 2022 – 2 PM – 3:30 PM

Calvary Baptist Church – 21 Concord Street, Norwalk, CT

Connecticut’s Season of Peace, Healing and Reconciliation

Celebrating Black History & Rekindling of Righteous Relationships

Thursday February 24 – Saturday March 19, 2022

Featuring Dr. Charles Steele, Jr. President

Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Please Share with Your Networks. Let’s Put People to Work!!!

A Promo | Shared Legacies Screening | with Senator Richard Blumenthal

When – Wednesday, March 9 – 6pm – 8:30pm

Where – Klein Auditorium – Bridgeport

History of Christian, Jewish & Ecumenical Civil Rights Collaboration. Christian, Jewish & Ecumenical Leaders Host Screening of Film: Shared Legacies

When – Wednesday, March 9 – 6pm – 8:30pm

Where – Klein Auditorium – Bridgeport

Hartford Healthcare/St. Vincent Opportunity Fair

When – Saturday, March 19 – 8am – 2pm

Where – 45 Lyon’s Terrace, Bridgeport CT – Old Bridgeport City Hall

Saving the Soul of America

January 19th, 2021

Inauguration Eve | National Payer Meeting | High Noon | Washington D.C.

When: Sunday, October 11, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

Where: The Klein, 910 Fairfeild Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06605 

Indiaspora Civil Rights Town Hall

June 4th – Virtual 

Participants (From Left to Right): DJ Patil (first U.S. Chief Data Scientist, serving in the Obama administration); Vanita Gupta (President and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights); and Rev. Carl McCluster (Senior Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church in Bridgeport, Connecticut.)

In light of the recent death of George Floyd, acts of police brutality, ensuing protests and civil unrest, Indiaspora held a Civil Rights Town Hall to discuss what this means for race relations in the U.S., how the Indian-American community can show intra-racial solidarity during this time, and how we can become agents to end systemic racism.

Martin Luther King Corridors Connecticut Launch


Spear Park, Corner of MLK & Main Street, Middletown, CT