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1,000 rally against inequality; demand good jobs, end to violence

1,000 rally against inequality; demand good jobs, end to violence

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… Read more »

“Grassroots Agenda Starts with Jobs” at Dec. 3 City-Wide Community Leaders meeting

“Grassroots Agenda Starts with Jobs” at Dec. 3 City-Wide Community Leaders meeting

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,… Read more »

CCNE and Muslim leaders speak at Connecticut AFL-CIO convention

CCNE and Muslim leaders speak at Connecticut AFL-CIO convention

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… Read more »

Victory! Senate Passes Historic Health Reform Legislation

Victory! Senate Passes Historic Health Reform Legislation

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… Read more »

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