List/Grid Tag Archives: economic justice

New Haven Rising launches campaign for Access to Good Jobs

New Haven Rising launches campaign for Access to Good Jobs

On September 9th an energized crowd of over 400 residents, elected officials, and local clergy packed the Elks Lodge on Dixwell Avenue to publicly launch New Haven Rising’s campaign for… Read more »

Celebrate 15 years of CCNE on 11/15!

Celebrate 15 years of CCNE on 11/15!

Join us for a fundraiser and celebration of the best of modern movement building. CCNE Reunion Party & Fundraiser Saturday, November 15 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Arte Inc. 19 Grand… Read more »

CCNE Activists Speak Out for Workers’ Right to Organize

CCNE Activists Speak Out for Workers’ Right to Organize

Home health care workers (or “Personal Care Attendants”) and child care workers provide essential care to some of our most vulnerable residents: children, seniors, and the disabled. These low-wage workers… Read more »

At “Cumbre Pastoral,” Rev. Samuel Rodriguez calls on Latino faith leaders to Unite for Social Justice

At “Cumbre Pastoral,” Rev. Samuel Rodriguez calls on Latino faith leaders to Unite for Social Justice

“We need to hold those in power accountable. Look at that Governor and say, ‘we remember. We do not forget. You broke your promise to our community. You put 400,000… Read more »

New Hope for New Haven

New Hope for New Haven

We’re in the Nation! Paul Bass’s in-depth article on the the recent shift in power at the city level and the many challenges we’re now working to overcome discusses CCNE… 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 »

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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.

New Haven:
Connecticut Center for a New Economy
425 College Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: 203-785-9494

Hartford:
Connecticut Center for a New Economy
77 Huyshope Avenue, Room 210
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone:860-280-7320