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  • NH Board of Aldermen: Working Group on Jobs Pipeline will present recommendations, hear public testimony, August 30, 2012,

    the New Haven Board of Aldermen Pipeline Working Group will present their recommendations on how to create a comprehensive pipeline connecting local residents to training and good jobs tomorrow night, August 30th at 6:15pm in the Aldermanic Chambers of City Hall (165 Church Street).

    Exciting things are taking place this fall at the BOA & across New Haven! To ensure the Pipeline lives up to our ideals and aspirations we encourage residents to come testify, ask questions and hear the news.

  • May Day 2013: March for Immigrants' & Workers' rights, May 1, 2013,

    "We are a nation of immigrants fighting together for good jobs, unity and peace"

    Join CCNE & our allies to March & rally for real immigration reform, ending deportations, and equal rights for all workers!

    Gather / reunirse 5:00 pm
    Speakers / discursos 5:45 pm
    March / marcha 6:30 pm

    Todos a la calle! — Marcha y rally por una verdadera reforma migratoria, un alto a las deportaciones, y derechos iguales para todos l@s trabajadores.

    Amistad Catholic Worker, Colombia Action CT, Connecticut AFL-CIO, Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance (CIRA), East Haven Immigrant Community, Greater New Haven Labor History Association, JUNTA for Progressive Action, Latino Advocacy Foundation of Fairfield County, Mecha de Yale, Ministerio de Hermandad, New Elm City Dream, New Haven Friends Meeting, New Haven People's Center, New Haven Peace Council, New Haven Rising, Seminarians for a Democratic Society, SEIU local 1199, SEIU 32BJ, UE, Unidad Latina en Acción - New Haven Worker's Association, UNITE HERE

  • Save HUSKY-A! Rally & lobby day to protect health care for low-income families, May 22, 2013,

    The Affordable Care Act will make health coverage available to hundreds of thousands of Connecticut residents. But in Governor Malloy's budget proposal, 37,500* parents who now get comprehensive health care through HUSKY will lose it -- unless we act NOW.

    We need our legislators to stand up and defend HUSKY health care. Act now, tell your legislators:

    Health Reform is supposed to be about more people getting better health care, NOT about people losing benefits or becoming uninsured. *Don't cut HUSKY parents!*

    TAKE ACTION NOW: Join the Rally & meet with legislators at the Capitol (short training & materials provided)

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The Connecticut Center for a New Economy (CCNE) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the economic and social well being of working families in Connecticut's urban centers by initiating and supporting efforts to raise wages of the working poor, improve public education and training, and preserve affordable housing.

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Hartford, CT 06106