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August 20, 2014



Governor's Bill No. 5050

Raised Bill No. 55

Raised S.B. No. 126

Raised S.B. No. 153

Raised S.B. No. 366

H.B. No 5078 and HB No. 5331


  Trinity College Names African-American Woman As President

Joanne Berger-Sweeney

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Reception for Ghanaian Educators at the State Capitol

Leading educators from Ghana visited Connecticut to learn best practices in secondary education that can be operationalized in Ghana. The AAAC hosted the reception.
The public and community leaders attended the event.

Reception Photos   



AAAC 2012 Classic Awards

COMCAST NEWSMAKER PROGRAM The African-American Affairs Commission has been working to improve and promote the economic development, education, health and political well-being of the African-American community in Connecticut. Executive Director, Glenn Cassis, joins Newsmakers.

In May the Executive Director participated in the taping of the Comcast Newsmaker Program. The video segment ran on CNN Headline News. You can view the program by clicking on the link below.

Comcast Newsmaker Program


Nigerian National Assembly Service Commission, (NASC)
visits the State of Connecticut

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African-American Affairs Commission Connecticut  General Assembly
State Capitol 210 Capitol Avenue, Room 509 Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 240-8555 Fax: (860) 240-8444