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Welcome to Ellington Equality
Equality through advocacy, awareness & education


Register for Listening Session Vol. 3
The History of Juneteenth 
And Why it Must Be Honored as a National Holiday

Presented by Somers Advocates for Social Justice, ABAR Suffield, Stafford Springs DIversity Coalition and Ellington Equality

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Celebrate Ellington Pride
June 26th
Organized by Local Girl Scout and Community Youth Leader Isabella Miller






As an organization we are working to ensure that everyone in our community, in our state and in our country be treated equally. We believe that no one should have fewer opportunities to succeed in life because of the color of their skin, where they were born, what they believe, who they love, their gender or gender identity or whether they have a disability (seen or unseen). 

Ellington Equality is committed to social justice through advocacy, awareness and education. We promote equality in our community through status, rights and opportunity.

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Upcoming Town Meetings & Events

  • Listening Session 3: The History of Juneteenth
    Zoom Webinar
    Jun 25, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
    Zoom Webinar
    Learn the History of Juneteenth and why it must be recognized as a National Holiday. With special guests Dr. Christopher Tinson and Ms. Keren Prescott
For a complete list of town meetings, go to:  Ellington Town Calendar
For a full schedule of Board of Education meetings, go to:

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