Statement Of Solidarity | The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition Stands With Texas House Of Representatives Walk Out To Protect Voting Rights

We in the New Hampshire Progressive Coalition wholeheartedly support our colleagues from the Texas House of Representatives in their efforts to protect and defend the voting rights of all of their constituents. As we watch Republicans in 28 states, including New Hampshire, work to try to take away citizens’ freedom to vote, we recognize howContinue reading “Statement Of Solidarity | The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition Stands With Texas House Of Representatives Walk Out To Protect Voting Rights”

New Hampshire Progressive Coalition’s Call to Action: Support Rep. Espitia and All BIPOC Granite Staters by Recognizing and Rooting Out White Supremacy

The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the vile White nationalists targeting Representative Manny Espitia of Nashua. The people who engage in this kind of cowardly bullying content themselves with hurling racial slurs and whining about the demise of the mythical “white race,” wrongly thinking themselves patriots and warriors.  What theyContinue reading “New Hampshire Progressive Coalition’s Call to Action: Support Rep. Espitia and All BIPOC Granite Staters by Recognizing and Rooting Out White Supremacy”

Opposition To “Right to Work” Legislation | A Statement From The NH Progressive Coalition

It is the official position of the New Hampshire Progressive Coalition to oppose “Right to Work” legislation. An intentional misnomer, RTW provides no rights and no work; rather, it prevents workers from organizing and limits worker protections. Wherever RTW laws are in effect, workplaces are less safe, fewer job opportunities exist, and wages are lower.Continue reading “Opposition To “Right to Work” Legislation | A Statement From The NH Progressive Coalition”

Statement From The NH Progressive Coalition: Senator Hassan’s Tweet Does Not Speak For New Hampshire

We ask Senator Maggie Hassan to retract her statement concerning the ongoing attacks on the people of Palestine and the continuing atrocities being committed by the Israeli Government. Her statement does not reflect a respect for human rights and dignity and is not in line with the values and priorities of her constituents. The peopleContinue reading “Statement From The NH Progressive Coalition: Senator Hassan’s Tweet Does Not Speak For New Hampshire”

Making Moves In 2021: The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition Sends A Message To Biden Transition Team Around Public Health Solutions

This month, the New Hampshire Progressive Coalition’s Executive Board alongside various other action networks across the nation signed onto an important letter, lead by the amazing activists at People’s Action. Addressed to the Office of National Drug Control Policy and team leader Rahul Gupta, we have joined in the efforts to express the need forContinue reading “Making Moves In 2021: The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition Sends A Message To Biden Transition Team Around Public Health Solutions”

Press Release: NHPC Says Thank You To Carlos Cardona

The Executive Board of the New Hampshire Progressive Coalition announced that Carlos Cardona stepped down from his position as Executive Board Chair effective Friday, October 2nd, 2020. The remaining Executive Board members believe we can confidently speak for the entire membership of the coalition when we say that we wish Mr. Cardona every good fortuneContinue reading “Press Release: NHPC Says Thank You To Carlos Cardona”