In wake of murder of 3-year-old in Hartford, Black lawmakers say violence prevention programs in Connecticut communities of color are woefully underfunded

Rev. Henry Brown, left, speaks at a candlelight vigil for Randell Tarez Jones on Monday, April 12, 2021 in Hartford. Police said Randell Jones, 3, was riding in a car with his mother, other relatives and a man when another vehicle pulled along side them and someone opened fire on Saturday. Randell died in the shooting, which appeared to have targeted the man in the car, police said. (Brad Horrigan /Hartford Courant via AP) (Brad Horrigan/AP)

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