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September 2020

Kristin Urquiza recounts how her father trusted the President, and lost his life Local Health Care Advocates Join Protect Our Care on Nationwide Virtual Bus Tour to Highlight What’s At Stake for Granite Staters Health Care in November Read more →

Digital Ad Campaign Running in Eight States Now Targets Senator Steve Daines and Senate Republicans to Remind Americans What’s at Stake in the Upcoming Election Read more →

NHTI - Concord's Community College will sponsor Professor Ann McClellan from Plymouth State University to present Storytelling in the Digital Age through a grant received from the New Hampshire Humanities' Humanities to Go series. Read more →

Things have changed over the last few months. Granite State organizations are looking for new ways to promote and grow, while individuals are seeking new skills. From Social Media to Photography to Storytelling, the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications has four in-person and online workshops now open for registration. Read more →

In a newly released analysis, Avalere found at least 5 million Black and Hispanic people may lose health care coverage as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. These worsening disparities are the result of Donald Trump’s failed leadership and his never-ending attacks on health care, including his lawsuit to completely overturn the Affordable Care Act in court that would be especially devastating to Black Americans and Latinos. Read more →

In today’s uncertain times, it’s increasingly difficult to know what’s true. The growth of social media, smart devices and online sources offer 24/7 connectivity and unprecedented access to a rapidly expanding sea of information. But with that access comes the threat of those who seek to deceive or trick us with misinformation. From false rumors and online hoaxes, to downright lies--what can we believe and who can we trust? Read more →