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Why Words Still Matter: Shelton Holds Talk On Building Respect

Why Words Matter: Shelton Police Chief Shawn Sequeira among local leaders will focus on "Building a Community of Respect" Monday, March 20 in a Community Conversation at Plumb Memorial Library.
Why Words Matter: Shelton Police Chief Shawn Sequeira among local leaders will focus on "Building a Community of Respect" Monday, March 20 in a Community Conversation at Plumb Memorial Library. Photo Credit: Meredith Guinness

SHELTON, Conn. -- Shelton residents are invited to a Community Conversation about "Building a Community of Respect"  Monday, March 20, at the Plumb Memorial Library.

A panel will look at "Why Words Still Matter" and the rise of hate speech, intolerance, and role citizens play in standing against hate at the event at 6:30 p.m.

"We look forward to beginning" the series, said David Gioiello, Chairman of Shelton Democrats.

Speakers include Steve Ginsburg, Director of the Anti-Defamation League; Shawn Sequeira, Acting Chief of Shelton Police; Christopher Cloulet, Superintendent of Shelton Public Schools; and the Rev. Lucille Fritz, pastor, Huntington Congregational Church.

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