Posts filed under: Politics

Open dialogue on the realities of racism and sexism in the Granite State is critical to achieving a multiracial democracy where Black, Brown and White communities can thrive together....
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...
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....
With New Hampshire's Town Meeting Day coming up on March 9th, we are excited to announce our full slate of 2021 RAD-endorsed candidates for local elected offices across the state!...
Welcome back to our weekly legislative update, from RAD NH Movement Politics Director Asma Elhuni! This week, we've got three actions you can take to urge state and federal legislators to support housing, economic and climate justice...
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This was a historic week with the inauguration of a new president and executive orders that rescinded the previous administrations harmful executive orders.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...
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 in a troubling time, and the future of our democracy is at stake. We are headed into a historic election that will shape our communities and impact our rights for years to come, and we are simultaneously facing...