At the Black New England Conference, honoring past trailblazers and a call for action

On Saturday, events focused on Black women in electoral politics and new generations of activists. Representatives from across the nation, like Morris, and young activists from New Hampshire, like Julian Maduro of Black Lives Matter Seacoast and Ronelle Tshiela of BLM Manchester, spoke of their experiences as Black women in spaces they say need to make more room for people like them. READ MORE


CDC eviction moratorium could help Granite Staters who lost previous eviction protections

“In halting evictions, the order will help many people stay in their homes and avoid exposure to COVID-19 in homeless shelters or on the street,” said Elliott Berry, NHLA Housing Justice Project Co-Director. “However, this does not absolve tenants from paying rent, and does not address what will happen to people on January 1, when their unpaid rent is due. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is that tenants who are having trouble paying their rent pay as much as they can afford and apply for rental assistance as soon as possible.” READ MORE

COVID-19 in NH: Latest news and updates

Despite reduction in COVID-19 restrictions in NH, some restaurants stick to curbside

A new surge of COVID-19 infections in southern states has reversed Texas’ and Florida’s statewide reopening plans. New York City announced this week that it would postpone indoor dining indefinitely as infections in other states have been traced to bars and restaurants. New Jersey recently reversed its plan to reopen restaurants for indoor dining. READ MORE