VIDEO: Connecticut: “Middletown Library Letter Causes Controversy”
From WFSB (Hartford):
A letter posted at a local library is being read all over town, but it’s how it’s being interpreted by some people in Middletown that’s causing some controversy.
Many residents said the letter from the Russell Library advocates for inclusion, while others said feel it’s a thinly veiled threat to ignore President Donald’s Trump’s temporary immigration ban.
The letter was posted last week on the Russell Library’s website, but this week it’s causing quite a bit of controversy. Two vastly different ways of thinking about one relatively short letter.
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Read the Letter (Full Text via Russell Library)
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