The Sheff Movement is a coalition of parents, students, educators, and community members working to assure access to quality integrated education for every child in the Hartford region.
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WHAT IS THE SHEFF MOVEMENT?
The Sheff Movement is a coalition of parents, students, educators, and community members working to assure access to quality integrated education for every child in the Hartford region. Our coalition has an extensive track record of success illustrative of its past, present, and future capacity to effect change. A deep commitment to this work is our greatest strength. We have been meeting monthly for approximately 20 years (among other things), demonstrating a sustained community commitment to actualizing Sheff v. O'Neill's vision of quality integrated education.
The coalition is currently engaged in our annual appeal to sustain the work of youth and community engagement and organizing. Your support is essential to support these continuing efforts. Please consider investing in this important work now; together we can make a difference! No donation is too small!
Or, if you prefer to donate by check, please mail to: 75 Charter Oak Ave, Suite 2-204 Hartford, CT 06106
Contributions are tax deductible subject to IRS rules.
This is what is happening in our community.
UConn Law Honors John Brittain, Original Sheff Lawyer: Read Full Article
Article from Hartford Courant: UConn Law honors John Brittain, original Sheff lawyer, 33 years after school desegregation suit was filed
December Public Meeting
The next Saturday public meeting will be in December. Check back soon for the date and details!
Where We're Located
75 Charter Oak Ave, Hartford, CT 06106