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Ivelisse Correa

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Ivelisse Correa
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🎓 Alma materEast Hartford High School
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Ivelisse Correa is a Connecticut activist and CFO of the Hartford based group "BLM860"[1][2]. She is best known for work on marijuana reform [3][4] and the viral incident caught on video with a former fire fighter that protested a food drive[5][6]

Early life and education[edit]

Ivelisse Correa grew up in both Hartford and East Hartford, CT.[7][8]



In 2020 during the George Floyd protests in Hartford CT, Correa blocked Highway Route 84 East and West with BLM860 co-founders Senate Candidate Michael Oretade, Ambibola Richard "King" Oretade and Obediah Matthews [9] [10], the group helped coordinate and paint a mural as part of a arts healing initiative, [11] [12], began to lobby for the police accountability bill in CT by holding meetings with elected officials, joining with other groups and rallying statewide. [13] [14] The bill was enacted October 1, 2020.[15]


Correa and other BLM860 activists continued to push for reforms in 2021 by expanding into demands and work regarding clean energy [16], marijuana reform and legalization [17][18][19], voting rights expansion [20], continued police reform, gun rights [21], housing [22] and more. While raising awareness about food deserts in the North End of Hartford, CT, Correa was approached by a counter protester where a viral incident occurred where the counter protester James Stanley(also a firefighter at the time) advocated to "Ban Narcan." [23] Correa was later on scene as protesters were struck by a vehicle during a Kyle Rittenhouse protest, charges have no been filed despite identification of the suspect. [24][25]


Correa and fellow members continue to advocate and are awaiting for the legislative session to open.


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