STAMFORD – One year ago protesters invaded Latham Park, occupying space for a week to demand reforms in the Stamford Police Department. On Sunday, a small group returned to the scene to reflect on what has – and hasn’t – changed.
In October 2019, Steven Barrier, a resident of Stamford, died while in police custody. Last summer, as racial justice and civil rights protests spread across the country, the name Barrier was used as Stamford’s rallying cry.
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