I recently read the letter from Robert Brothers, acting executive director of the state Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, in which he responds to a column by Karen Torre (Law Tribune, Sept. 8.). I do not know Mr. Brothers and he apparently does not know attorney Torre. How else could he respond to a column by her that is critical of his agency by suggesting that she is a bigot?
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
CHRO Critic Is Civil Rights 'Warrior' And Not A Bigot
The Connecticut Law Tribune
October 20, 2008
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