We the People 2.0
As part of our grassroots organizing, Community Rights Awareness Campaign, the New Hampshire Community Rights Network (NHCRN) is proud to co-sponsor a film showing of We the People 2.0 – The Second American Revolution.
NH! Your Democracy is at Risk
The people of New Hampshire are awakening to the reality of corporate control of state government. The corporate-state’s attacks upon this last vestige of direct democracy is indeed eye-opening. It reveals how the government of, by and for the elite minority is threatened by the possibility of local, democratic self-government of, by and for the majority.
Passing Local Ordinances is our Right!
Listen to Laura Slitt with Marc on Drive Time at WMVW. Michelle Sanborn of CELDF speaking at Conway Public Library about Protecting People & Places
Great Bay: An Estuary in Peril
This hour documentary, produced by Breakaway Media, reveals the threats to the Great & Little Bay and its watershed in New Hampshire, impacting communities and ecosystems across the region.
CELDF’s Michelle Sanborn – also with the New Hampshire Community Rights Network – is interviewed on the film. She explores the systemic barriers we face to protect our communities, and how the NHCRN and CELDF are supporting communities to overcome those barriers and realize sustainability.
NH Towns Exploring RBOs
A slew of New Hampshire towns are in the path of a 192-mile high tower electrical transmission line, carrying industrial hyrdo-power from Canada. The Granite State is is poised to become an extension cord for the sole purpose of delivering power to other states. Communities don’t want it. They are hosting a Community Rights Awareness Workshop to learn about the barriers they face to stopping it – and what they can do about it.