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  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...
Today marks the start of RAD People Power Week, a weeklong effort to connect with members, and recruit new ones, to help us build a sustainable funding base for all of our important community work....
Incumbent Joyce Craig has won the endorsement Rights & Democracy (RAD) in the Manchester mayoral race. Rights & Democracy New Hampshire leaders enthusiastically endorsed Craig thanks to her proven commitment to strengthening public education, investing in clean and public transportation,...
We anticipate the minimum wage bill passing in the House, and making its way to Governor Sununu’s desk in short order. The Governor has not said whether he plans to veto SB 10, so public pressure could make a big...
Take part in the growing movement for Medicare for All in New Hampshire! At this event, we’ll talk briefly about stake, where we’re at in the campaign for Medicare for All, and what we need to do to win on...
Whether you are speaking to inform or inspire, this workshop will explore the most effective way to present a speech to accomplish your aim. Some of the things we will cover: How to connect with your audience, how to hold...
Take part in the growing movement for Medicare for All in New Hampshire! At this event, we’ll talk about what at stake, where we’re at in the campaign for Medicare for All, and what we need to do to win...