Who we are?
The MOSAIC Coalition is a well-organized and diverse group of organizations within the State of Connecticut committed to supporting minority communities and individuals in addressing their social-economic needs. We believe that bridging the social-economic gaps between the haves and have-nots is fundamental to building an inclusive and equitable society in Connecticut.
The MOSAIC Coalition envisions a diverse and inclusive society where everyone has equal access to social-economic services including education, healthcare, income, employment, nutrition, and community safety irrespective of their race, color, religion, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.
The MOSAIC Coalition is a transformative and powerful institution that will connect and organize communities through advocacy, community outreach, education and training programs, cultural sharing events, forums, and symposia to build a vibrant, equitable, and peaceful society.
What We Do
The Pillars of Mosaic Coalition
Training on how to affect change and policies
Grassroots organizing and advocacy training
Connecting with local and state elected officials
We will organize the following programs and training
“The Mosaic Coalition will connect and organize diverse communities through educational programs, cultural sharing events, forums, and cultural activities. The Mosaic Coalition will grow into a transformative and powerful tool to widen the reach and effectiveness of advocacy efforts that will transform our state into a more vibrant, inclusive, and equitable place to live”.
“Latinos for Education Advocacy was formed by a group of parents to provide quality educational options, programs and services for children and families throughout Connecticut”.
Is an amazing story of a persevering battle to expand educational options in Danbury by creating a charter school. The largely immigrant community is forced to take on powerful politicians, special interests, and the status quo to open a community school for their town.
Together we can transform our state and gain true representation and power
Decisions being made at the local and state level have a direct impact on our families, and we want to have a seat at the table and a voice in the policymaking process.