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.
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.
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?
The 1883 Black Ice Hockey Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to postpone for a year the Black Ice Pond Hockey Tournament that had been scheduled for this coming January 2021 at White Park in Concord, NH.
Today, Protect Our Care New Hampshire joined in a call in reaction to news that Governor Chris Sununu overruled his own public health professionals to allow the Trump campaign to hold large scale events contrary to public health rules.
Debuted During a Democratic National Convention Health Care Event, the Ad Is Part of A Previously Announced $2 Million Digital and TV Ad Campaign on Trump’s Failed Coronavirus Response
Concord, New Hampshire — Yesterday, Rep. Pappas along with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) along and some of their House colleagues introduced a resolution demanding that the Department of Justice defend the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in court and drop the lawsuit to repeal the health care law and protections relied on by millions of Americans as the nation faces the worsening coronavirus pandemic. Protect Our Care New Hampshire State Director Jayme Simoes issued the following statement in response:
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, Protect Our Care NH event brings community together to address disparities in COVID-19
Office of Health Equity to discuss health disparities in New Hampshire on Webinar this week Event presented by The Concord Chamber in partnership with Protect Our Care NH and Granite State Progress
Concord, NH — Last night, Reps. Chris Pappas, Ann Kuster, and their colleagues in the House of Representatives passed legislation introduced by Rep. Lauren Underwood (D-IL-14) to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from attacks by President Trump and elected Republicans across the country in the middle of a pandemic. As part of the appropriations process, Rep. Underwood’s amendment prohibits the Department of Justice from using funds to undermine the ACA, including its effort to completely overturn the law in California v. Texas, which will be heard in the Supreme Court’s upcoming term.