Posts filed under: New Hampshire

It has been 14 years since Congress last raised the federal minimum wage - the longest period in US history without an increase....
This was a historic week with the inauguration of a new president and executive orders that rescinded the previous administrations harmful executive orders. Though this is a step in the right direction, we believe more can and should be done...
The legislative session has started for both the house and the senate in New Hampshire. You can see what’s coming up this week by visiting the Senate calendar here and the House Calendar here. ...
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....
We want to celebrate five years of RAD with you - longtime members, supporters, and newcomers alike - and then look towards taking our next steps together in building our movement....
In the midst of a particularly difficult year, the November 3rd elections in New Hampshire delivered some hard losses, but also some significant victories for our movement that it is important to lift up and celebrate....
We are just over a week away from the November 3rd election, and we wanted to provide a few resources and updates on pre- and post election news and events. ...