“She’s Ready to Fight for a ‘Renaissance’” December 13, 2011 Thomas MacMillan, New Haven Independent: After she was burned the last time, Helen Martin-Dawson said she’s prepared to work to make sure new developments in town come with an enforceable promise of good jobs for her neighbors in the Hill.. Martin-Dawson (at right in photo) said […]
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The Connecticut Center for a New Economy is proud to release our new report, A Renaissance for All of Us: Building an Inclusive Prosperity for New Haven. The release comes on the heels of a large community meeting, held December 3, 2011 at Conte-West Hills School, at which hundreds of people from around the city […]
On December 6th CCNE joined forces with local union members, clergy, community activists and the Occupy New Haven movement at a rally to demand good jobs and an end to violence in the streets.
Hundreds of residents came together December 3rd at the City-Wide Community Leaders meeting to identify and find collective solutions to New Haven’s most pressing problems. In a packed school cafeteria, people from across the city—including a significant number of local and state lawmakers—held small group discussions framed by some common questions about what they thought […]
Hundreds of residents came together December 3rd at the City-Wide Community Leaders meeting to identify and find collective solutions to New Haven’s most pressing problems. In a packed school cafeteria, people from across New Haven held small group discussions framed by some common questions about what they thought the city’s priorities should in the coming […]
On September 14th Muslim Leaders met with the AFL-CIO at their biennial convention to discuss the American Muslim Experience in Connecticut. CCNE’s Executive Director Renae Reese introduced the panelists: Kashif Abdul-Karim (CCNE Board member and Imam of Muhhamad Islamic Center of Greater); Mongi Dhaouadi (Executive Director of CAIR -the Council on American Islamic Affairs); Aida Mansoor […]
At last!! On June 6th, 2011 the Senate passed an historic piece of health reform legislation: HB 6308 – including SustiNet! The bill will now go to Governor Malloy for his signature. Thank you all for your tremendous support.
A compromise bill on the proposed SustiNet state-run insurance plan passed the Senate 22 to 14 Monday, clearing the way for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s signature. SustiNet supporters cheered and hugged in the hall outside the Senate chamber after the vote, despite warnings from Republicans that the bill did not resemble the universal health care […]
The Senate on Monday gave final legislative approval to a bill that allows municipalities and nonprofit agencies to sign up with the state of Connecticut for health insurance for their employees, retirees and dependents. The bill, which is supported by many advocates of a universal health care system, passed on a 22-14 vote. It requires […]
Carbon monoxide from faulty furnaces drove Esther Martinez and Charleen Ortiz from their homes this winter. They have since returned home as leaders of a door-to-door organizing effort to give the 300 low-income families there a voice—and place to return to—when the Church Street South housing complex is rebuilt as a mixed-income development. The private […]
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