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Clergy activists’ “Love Ambush” a plea to Gov to expand access to health care

Clergy activists’ “Love Ambush” a plea to Gov to expand access to health care

Clergy from across the state came together for a powerful Valentine’s “Love Ambush” Action & “Where’s the LOVE for health care?” interfaith prayer vigil Interfaith Fellowship for Universal Health Care,… Read more »

CCNE Report highlights inequality, outlines solutions

CCNE Report highlights inequality, outlines solutions

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… Read more »

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 »

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