NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — As he stands in the crowd at a rally at City Hall, protesting killing and injustice, a dignified gentleman leaning lightly on his cane, Al Marder hardly looks like someone who wants to overthrow the government. It also might be hard to guess that, on Jan. 18, the lifelong fighter for peace and social equality will turn 98. The Amistad Memorial in front of City Hall is Marder’s most […]