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“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 »

CCNE co-founder Rev. Scott Marks leads rally

CCNE co-founder Rev. Scott Marks leads rally

CCNE co-founder and longtime community activist Rev. Scott Marks leads chanting marchers across the green. Pastor Marks put his booming voice to work firing up the crowd of nearly 3,000… Read more »

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