More coverage for Stonington Borough rally
I was pleased to read the lengthy coverage concerning Crystal Caldwell, her assault at a local motel and the investigation by the Stonington Police Department. All extremely important news for The Day to offer.
I was disappointed though at the bare minimum of information that was offered on the other Sunday rally which was held in Stonington Borough. Black Lives Matter and the Stonington Democratic Town Committee provided a group of speakers who shared their experiences, their concerns, and encouraged the large crowd to learn, read, think and consider their roles and responsibilities pertaining to equality for all.
A detailed article about that gathering would have helped to share those resources with your broader audience. I am a longtime subscriber to The Day. I believe in the importance of local reporting and I look to you for that information.
I think you missed an opportunity.
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