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  • ...center.jpg|thumb|400px|The New Haven People's Center, 37 Howe Street, New Haven, Connecticut]] The '''New Haven People's Center''' is effectively the HQ of the [[Connecticut Communist Par
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  • [[Image:New haven leon sister city project.JPG|thumb|300px]] ...ization that fosters a relationship between the communities of Greater New Haven and León, Nicaragua".
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  • [[Image:Occupy new haven.jpeg|thumb|300px]] ...://peoplesworld.org/new-haven-joins-occupy-movement/ People's World: ''New Haven joins Occupy Movement'', Oct. 24, 2011] (accessed on Oct. 26, 2011)</ref>
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  • [[Category:New Haven]]
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  • '''Greater New Haven Peace Council''' is affiliated to the [[U.S. Peace Council]], and with the New Haven City HallLike Page September 20 at 2:54 PM ·
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  • '''New Haven Rising''' is a citywide membership-based organization of individuals and gr ...gh School was overflowing with neighbors of all ages from all parts of New Haven, Black, Latino, and White greeting each other with excitement for the grass
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  • '''Toni Nathaniel Harp''' is mayor of New Haven [[Connecticut]]. ...Affirmative Action Commission. She is a member of [[Links, Inc.]], the New Haven Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Incorporated, a public service sorori
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  • ...challenges, [[Luisa DeLauro]] became the longest-serving member of the New Haven Board of Aldermen, serving from 1965 to 1998.<ref>http://www.politico.com/a ...ame involved in community organizing, working with [[Frank Logue]]’s New Haven-based institute to train neighborhood volunteers for work in President John
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  • There was electricity in the air at New Haven City Hall on Dec. 14 2019 as seats throughout the long Atrium filled up for ...with presentation of a citation of appreciation and a plaque from the New Haven Board of Alders. In addition to her citation, several days later Mayor Harp
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  • ...eligion in 1985, Scott went on to preach gospel; he continues to pastor at New Growth Outreach ministries. Long compelled to use his strong voice for thos As a co-founder of CCCC, [[Connecticut Center for a New Economy]] , and CORD, Scott Marks organized and trained people from all wal
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  • '''New Elm City Dream''' is a [[New Haven]] [[Connecticut]] based organization, which is affiliated to the [[Young Co ...icials, and other community organizations. At this meeting, youth from New Haven, also known as the "Elm City", and its surrounding areas identified a list
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  • ...center.jpg|thumb|400px|The New Haven People's Center, 37 Howe Street, New Haven, Connecticut]] The '''New Haven People's Center''' is effectively the HQ of the [[Connecticut Communist Par
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  • ...ecticut CIO Youth and Sports Organization]] and was President of the [[New Haven Youth Conference]]. ...Communist Party USA]] in 1952. He organized with others the [[City of New Haven Peace Commission]] in the late 80's. He has served on the [[United Nations
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  • ...acy/the-new-faces-of-the-113th-congress-20121105 ''National Journal'' "The New Faces of the 113th Congress," November 15, 2012]</ref> Murphy's Fifth District included the towns of Danbury, Meriden, New Britain, and Waterbury. He served on the Foreign Affairs Committee and its
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  • ...e first came to New Haven in 1966, just out of the military. “To me, New Haven was the most exciting place to be, politically.” ...ing. In 1967 and 1968, he helped organize housekeeping workers at Yale New Haven Hospital and met members of the [[Communist Party USA]] who worked alongsid
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  • ...sentative]] from [[Connecticut]], serving the 94th Assembly district - New Haven.<ref>[http://www.housedems.ct.gov/winfield/bio094.html, official State rep. ...busy by running, in 2003, for alderman in the local election cycle in New Haven. He went on to serve as co-chair of his ward for a time, and He has worked
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  • ==Dedication to the striking "workers at Yale-New Haven Hospital"== ...]] May 20 2000, carried a dedication to the striking "workers at Yale-New Haven Hospital"
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  • [[Image:New haven leon sister city project.JPG|thumb|300px]] ...ization that fosters a relationship between the communities of Greater New Haven and León, Nicaragua".
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  • ...cticut [[Communist Party USA]]. She is a Commissioner on the [[City of New Haven Peace Commission]], serves on the executive board of the [[Alliance of Reti ...at that time the women’s college at Rutgers, Joelle Fishman moved to New Haven in 1968 and has lived in the West River area ever since. She met her husban
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  • '''New Haven Rising''' is a citywide membership-based organization of individuals and gr ...gh School was overflowing with neighbors of all ages from all parts of New Haven, Black, Latino, and White greeting each other with excitement for the grass
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  • :''Olsen, head of the Connecticut AFL-CIO, said today that he voted for the New York senator in Connecticut’s Democratic primary in February and has been ...ade advantages in front of the now-closed Winchester firearms plant in New Haven, Ct., CT. [[AFL-CIO]] President [[John Olsen]], CT AFL-CIO Sec.-Treas. [[Lo
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  • '''Greater New Haven Peace Council''' is affiliated to the [[U.S. Peace Council]], and with the New Haven City HallLike Page September 20 at 2:54 PM ·
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  • '''Dolores Colon''' is a [[New Haven]] [[Connecticut]] Alderwoman. ...roots activists, elected officials and young people crowded into the [[New Haven People's Center]] Dec. 7 with energy and enthusiasm to “Push Bush out the
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  • ...es as Vice Principal and Coordinator of Special Services and Grants at New Haven Adult Education, where she plays an instrumental role in developing, design ...iting and budgeting for [[New Haven Adult Education]], has represented New Haven’s 93rd General Assembly District seat in the state General Assembly since
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  • ...Looney had stints as co-chair of the banks and finance committees. In New Haven, he took on Mayor [[John DeStefano]] in a bruising primary for the Democrat [[Image:Delauro.JPG|thumb|300px|New Haven People's Center blog]]
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  • [[Image:Occupy new haven.jpeg|thumb|300px]] ...://peoplesworld.org/new-haven-joins-occupy-movement/ People's World: ''New Haven joins Occupy Movement'', Oct. 24, 2011] (accessed on Oct. 26, 2011)</ref>
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