2,000 join “Let’s Get to Work” march for Jobs Pipeline, good jobs at Yale

On April 25th nearly 2,000 came together to fight for good jobs and strong communities for all at the “Let’s Get to Work” march and rally. Students, union and non-union workers, unemployed residents, clergy, Church Street South families, retirees and many others marched from the New Haven green to the Yale medical school in support of a Jobs Pipeline, opportunities for youth, and an end to violence in New Haven.

Activists march for Labor Issues(Yale Daily News)

Huge rally highlights need for jobs in New Haven as ‘Pipeline’ seeks ways to connect residents to opportunities(NH Register)

2,000 rally, put Eli on Notice(NH Independent)



For more images, check out this great slideshow of photos courtesy of Dana Asbury, Nathalie Batraville, Virginia Blaisdell, and Chris Randall:





The March heading down College Street, crossing Route 34>

Photo Courtesy of Chris Randall

“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, people from across the city—including a significant number of local and state lawmakers—held small group discussions framed by some common questions about what they thought the city’s priorities should in the coming year. Read more