IN THE NEWS
6-5-2020 – Union Leader
Lett: We have work to do
4-26-2020 – Union Leader
NH immigrants translating critical information themselves
4-25-2020 – Union Leader
Manchester pantry caters to city’s immigrants
Short of friars, Capuchins to leave Manchester parish
Radio Boston – wbur.org
New Hampshire Is 90% White. Does Its First-In-The-Nation Primary Reflect The Country?
12/8/19 – Unionleader.com
NH Voices: Rev. Allison Palm and Rev. Sarah Rockwell — We won’t allow our faith to be hijacked
11/6/19 – Unionleader.com
Backers ‘overwhelmed’ by support of voters to place students on school board
11/19/19 – New Hampshire Public Radio
NH Immigration Advocates Find Ways To Engage With Primary Candidates
Viewpoints: On the ‘spirit of sacrifice’ for social change
Immigration activists to march to Strafford County jail
DOVER — Immigration activists from four states will converge at the Strafford County jail on Aug. 24 for an interfaith service to highlight the expulsion of immigrant families from the United States.
State politicians to take week-long minimum wage challenge
On Monday, four Democratic state lawmakers will take on a “minimum wage challenge.” The plan: attempt to get by living off of $290 a week. The end goal: the promotion of a bill to raise New Hampshire’s federally-mandated minimum wage to a state-set $12 an hour.
Advocates: New Hampshire Needs A $12 An Hour Minimum Wage
Watch: Labor activists, members of the faith community, workers, and business owners use polling data to press Gov. Sununu to sign SB 10.
Revered educator to be honored with Micah Hero Award
MANCHESTER — Sister Jacqueline Verville, a lifelong educator and inspirational leader, will receive one of the most prominent hero awards a local nonprofit annually gives out.
OUR 2019 TRAILBLAZING WOMEN
NH Primary Source: Biden to make stops in Berlin, Concord on Tuesday
WMUR — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has two scheduled stops in New Hampshire when he returns on Tuesday, his campaign said.
Manchester ballot to include question on adding students to school board.
MANCHESTER — Voters in Manchester will have a chance this fall to weigh in on the issue of student representation on the school board, after city aldermen voted Tuesday to place a non-binding question on municipal election ballots in November.
The Youth Organizers United (Y.O.U.) of GSOP is kicking it up to a new level!
On Friday, February 22, 2019, Y.O.U. started actively recruiting for new members through a Y.O.U. movie night and listening session with the Manchester high school community.
January 21, 2019 – Union Leader
MLK Day events honor those who keep King’s legacy alive
January 21, 2019 – Ink Link
MLK Day: Celebrating young leaders and King’s message of equality and justice for all
November 1, 2018 – Union Leader
Granite Status: A week to go the 2018 campaign gets nasty
September 20, 2018 – Eagle Times
Planning for possible changes to SNAP
September 18, 2018 – Union Leader
State employees union, activists call on NH lawmakers to more than double mimimum wage
September 14, 2018 – Concord Monitor
Raise Up New Hampshire event Monday
August 24, 2018 – Public News Service
Faith Leaders Marching in Solidarity with Immigrants
August 22, 2018 – NHPR
Dozens Start 4-Day Walk In Manchester To Bring Attention To U.S. Immigration Policy
August 21, 2018 – Seacoast Online
Pro-immigrant march: From Manchester ICE to jail in Dover