NORWALK, Conn. -- The Triangle Community Center is supporting an investigation into an Anti-LGBTQ slur on the campus of Norwalk Community College.
Executive Director Anthony Crisci condemned an act of vandalism discovered at Norwalk Community College, targeting the LGBTQ community, according to a press release. An anti-gay slur was discovered on the wall of a bathroom facility on the college's West Campus, according to previous reports from Daily Voice.
“Acts of hate such as this should not be tolerated. Norwalk Community College has a sterling reputation in our city," said Crisci. "I am confident that NCC’s investigation of these acts will yield the perpetrator of this act of hate-driven vandalism, and the individual, or group of individuals, will be held accountable for their actions in accordance with NCC’s policies, and the laws of Connecticut and the United States."
Crisci expressed support for actions to investigate the incident, according to the release.
“I am confident that NCC will conduct a thorough investigation. NCC is a focal point in Norwalk," he said. "Like Triangle Community Center, NCC’s doors are open to all, and is rightfully an inclusive and welcoming place. In the spirit of that commitment to community, I take comfort in the fact that NCC is taking this action seriously.”
Triangle is an LGBTQ community center serving Fairfield County, headquartered on West Avenue in Norwalk.
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