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”

#StopAsianHate Rally Brings Hundreds Out To The New Hampshire State House On Sunday

New Hampshire Progressive Coalition was in attendance at the rally this past weekend, and we want to say thank you to all the amazing speakers and organizers that helped to make this event possible. Activists, elected officials and community leaders from across the state linked arms in solidarity with our AAPI brothers and sisters, sendingContinue reading “#StopAsianHate Rally Brings Hundreds Out To The New Hampshire State House On Sunday”

Statement From The Coalition: No Place For Rhetoric In New Hampshire

For Release on Tuesday March 2, 2021: The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition condemns in the strongest possible terms the homophobic rhetoric employed by Representative Dick Marston (R. Manchester) during a hearing for HB238 on Monday.  Rep. Marston’s language was hurtful and discriminatory, and it contributes to exactly the kind of violence the bill seeks toContinue reading “Statement From The Coalition: No Place For Rhetoric In New Hampshire”

Votando en la elección 2020 From New Hampshire Young Democrats | GOTV NH

The New Hampshire Progressive Coalition is excited to share this event with our membership and those here in the NH Progressive Movement! Please meet with the Democratic Youth of NH (NHYD) this Thursday, October 29 at 8:00 PM EST! We will have several speakers who are candidates, organizers, volunteers, and democratic militants this season ofContinue reading “Votando en la elección 2020 From New Hampshire Young Democrats | GOTV NH”