25th Anniversary & Annual Loving Civil Rights Award Reception

The Tavern at Keney Park, Windsor (on the Hartford/Windsor line)
Thursday, May 30, 2019 – 5:30-8:00 pm

Tickets are only $65 and can be purchased here.  Register Now

 

Named for the couple that fought the ultimate form of housing discrimination when they were barred from living in Virginia because of their interracial marriage, the Center’s annual Mildred and Richard Loving Civil Rights Award honors civil rights leaders and thinkers, those who have worked to change the course of history, those who have challenged how history is written, and those who are making history today. In recognition of the Center’s 25th Anniversary, the 2019 Loving Civil Rights Award will be presented to the organization’s founding committee: 

  • Phil Tegeler, Executive Director, Poverty & Race Research Action Council
  • Jeff Freiser, Former (Retired) Executive Director, CT Housing Coalition
  • Nancy Hronek, Greater Hartford Legal Aid
  • Barbara Perry (Retired)

In addition, Day Pitney LLP will be honored with this year’s George J. and Patricia K. Ritter Pro Bono Award for their service to the Center and our clients.

We’re looking forward to lots of exciting changes to this year’s event!  Enjoy generous themed hors d’oeuvres, margaritas, and even an ice cream sundae bar in a beautiful outdoor venue overlooking historic Keney Park, located just minutes from downtown Hartford on the line between Hartford and Windsor.

Sample of commissioned art to commemorate the Center’s 25th anniversary.

Commissioned Artwork by Georges Annan-Kingsley will be auctioned off  by none other than the incomparable John Motley who will return as our Master of Ceremonies. 

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Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities Still Available

To learn more about sponsorship or advertising opportunities, contact Fionnuala Darby-Hudgens at (860) 263-0728 or finn@ctfairhousing.org

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