NEW HAVEN – A charity of Italian-American women has taken the city to court, seeking to bring the Christopher Columbus statue back to Wooster Square Park.
The American Italian Women for Greater New Haven claim in the lawsuit that the city, through Mayor Justin Elicker and the Board of Parks Commissioners, among others, violated their due process rights and equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment, as well as their First Amendment. civil rights and the protections of the Civil Rights Act, when the statue was removed on June 24, 2020.Source link
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