New Hampshire Women's Caucus

In Which I Attend The New Hampshire Women’s Caucus And End The Day Inspired And Hungry

Mon, Nov 14 – by Ruth Graham. Last Saturday, I left home at 7:30 in the morning to spend the day contemplating the future of women’s issues in my state, the nation, and the world. Luckily there was coffee. The occasion was the New Hampshire Women’s Caucus, a daylong conference on women’s issues and policy priorities. Since New Hampshire hosts the country’s first presidential primary, it receives tons...

Engagement and Action for Positive Change

Tools for Change from the 2011 New Hampshire Women’s Caucus The New Hampshire Women’s Caucus featured a panel that discussed strategies and resources for bringing about social change. The panel included Editor Jeff Feingold and Southern New Hampshire University Social Media Director Karlyn Morissette on traditional and new media; Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution Jamila Raqib and...

We’re Talking about American Values: Liberty, Equality, Justice

Leading Issues at the 2011 New HampshireWomen’s Caucus The New Hampshire Women’s Caucus, which took place on Nov. 12, 2011, at Colby-Sawyer College, began with opening remarks by Ann McLane Kuster, a public policy advocate and community activist, who called for more women in leadership roles in the U.S. Congress and on Wall Street. “Women bring a special sensibility to these areas; we’ve held...