We are a network of progressive New Hampshire individuals and institutions dedicated to upholding democracy and the rights of all people. We are committed to supporting and promoting diversity and tolerance and acting according to principles of peace and nonviolence. Our mission is to educate communities about human rights issues and to serve as a clearinghouse for individuals and member organizations and the media. Our primary task is to educate ourselves and citizens in general about the radical right's agenda, strategies and leadership by moitoring and exposing their activities in our state and challenging the myths and misinformation spread by them.
We are building a directory of progressive institutions in New Hampshire,
and we hope you can take the time to fill out the enclosed form and "join"
us to the extent your charter permits.
Click here for minutes of 6/27/96 meeting
Click here for minutes of 7/25/96 meeting
Click here for minutes of 8/15/96 meeting
Click here for letter and questionnaire
next meeting: None scheduled. Springfield College School of Human Services 500 Commercial St Manchester tel. 666-5700 see below for directions.
next forum: Thursday, Jan 19, same place, doors open at 7:00, program starts at 7:30. Topic: TBA Snacks at 7:00, Questions and answers after both presentations.
Directions to Springfield College School of Human Services: From the South: I93 north to 293 north to exit 5 (Granite St). Take right off exit, cross bridge, and take first left at traffic light onto Commercial St. 500 Commercial Street is first building on the left after bridge underpass. Look for sign on front of building. From the North: I 93 south to 293 to exit 6 (Amoskeag Bridge exit). Stay in right lane as you cross the bridge and get off at Canal St. At first traffic light, go right onto Commercial. 500 Commercial is last building on right before bridge underpass. Look for sign on front of building. From the East or West: Route 101 to I 293 north. Then follow same directions for from south.
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This page is currently part of the personal home page of Jim Giddings