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Congress Must Deliver

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR Tuesday, September 21, 2021 Contact: Megan Fountain, megan@ulanewhaven.org, 203-479-2959 Immigrants Rally for Congress to Deliver on Citizenship for Essential Workers As Congress returns to Washington DC, thousands will rally in the nation’s capital and in New Haven today Despite a setback on Sunday by Senate parliamentarian, immigrants vow to win reform this …

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Connecticut Leaders Call on Congress to Center Immigrant Workers in Historic Budget

Contact: Frank Soults, 32BJ SEIU, fsoults@seiu32bj.org, 860-471-5692 Megan Fountain, megan@ulanewhaven.org, 203-479-2959 Advisory for: Thursday, August 26, 2021, New Haven City Hall Connecticut Leaders Call on Congress to Center Immigrant Workers in Economic Recovery Senator Blumenthal to rally with homecare workers, janitors, and farmworkers to support a historic budget that includes citizenship for millions of essential …

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May 1: Immigrants to March for Citizenship for Essential Workers in New Haven

Contact: Megan Fountain, megan@ulanewhaven.org, 203-479-2959 Advisory for: Saturday, May 1, 3:00 pm, New Haven Green March Will Demand Citizenship for Essential Immigrant Workers on May Day Hundreds will take the streets in New Haven for International Workers Day: ‘If our work is essential, recognize our humanity’ WHO: Unidad Latina en Acción and labor, faith, and …

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Advisory: Lawmakers, Families to Hold Vigil and Speak Out for Workers’ Memorial Day

Contact: Megan Fountain, megan@ulanewhaven.org, 203-479-2959 Advisory: April 29, 5:30 pm, New Haven City Hall Speak Out for Paid Sick Days in observance of Workers’ Memorial Day Workers, families, and lawmakers to share testimony as push continues to extend paid sick days to CT workers who are still unprotected; “Deadly Risks, Costly Failures” report shows impact …

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Join the parade and party! Saturday, November 2

Every year, the Day of the Dead Parade & Festival in New Haven honors community heroes and ancestors who are too often forgotten. In previous years, the festival has honored the 43 students disappeared in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, and women victims of state violence and patriarchal violence,: Claudia Gómez González, the 20-year-old Mayan woman shot to …

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