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Candidate Tom Steyer did his homework and improved his climate test grade from a C+ to an A. Thanks Tom! ...
The country’s eyes are now turned toward New Hampshire for the first in the nation primary, preceded by this Friday’s presidential debate in Manchester. While the climate crisis worsens, the previous debates have failed to show us what the presidential candidates...
The climate emergency is the issue mobilizing thousands of people – especially younger and first-time voters – to the polls on Feb. 11th in New Hampshire. So, how do the leading Democratic presidential candidates’ plans compare? Whose ideas make the...
  We’re deep in preparations for the 2020 Women’s March here in New Hampshire! Along the way to planning and building powerful rallies this year, we’re remembering all the great moments we shared last year at our marches and rallies....
Wow, what a year it’s been at Rights & Democracy here in the Granite State. We kicked off the year by rallying more than 100 members at the State House where they shared their personal stories publicly and asked our...
Rights & Democracy is a young organization, and we currently receive the majority of our funding via grants. While strong grant sponsorship is a necessary, but not sufficient condition, as other successful non-profits such as NPR, VPR, and NHPR have...
What a day! Thank you to all of our member volunteers, leaders, and staff who helped make our Annual Membership Assembly and People Power Summit a huge success! In case you missed it, the announcement that made the news is...
Rights & Democracy members have overwhelmingly voted to endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic presidential primary.  The announcement was released today in front of hundreds of members at Rights & Democracy’s (RAD) annual Membership Assembly and People Power Summit. ...