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As the New Hampshire legislative session continues to move ahead, there are opportunities this week to take action for paid sick leave, collective bargaining rights, a People's Budget, and more!...
Amid the developments in the NH Legislature, it is critical that we keep making our voices heard on the priorities we support for our collective future, as well as to oppose attacks on our communities' rights and basic needs. You...
March, with its annual malaise of not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring, feels especially damp this year as it marks our quarantine anniversary. It has been a difficult time for so many of us, but it is not without moments of inspiration....
As we enter March, things are heating up in the NH Legislature - both the good and the bad. Check out our weekly review of pending bill hearings and major developments from last week, and sign up using the form...
This weekly resource, brought to you by RAD NH Movement Politics Director Asma Elhuni, is a great way to stay informed about upcoming bill hearings and additional ways you can take action....
It has been 14 years since Congress last raised the federal minimum wage - the longest period in US history without an increase....
We hope you found time for rest and rejuvenation in the final days of December. Here at RAD, we are coming into the new year ready to get to work. 2020 was hard – exhausting, and at times, devastating for...
Hundreds Gather for Virtual Launch of Statewide Climate and Jobs Coalition MANCHESTER, NH – Community members, legislators, environmental advocates, social justice organizations, and others will come together this Thursday, January 14,  for the virtual launch of New Hampshire Renews, a...
We made it! December is here at last.In January, everyone sensed we were embarking on one of our most critical years as an organization....
The voters spoke in record numbers. Prominent in that record turnout were working class folks, people of color and women....