The Greater New Haven Labor History Association Receives a $1,000 Historic New England 2014 Community Preservation Grant
The grant will help fund the expansion of its current traveling exhibit, “Our Community at Winchester: An Elm City Story”.
Read all about it in the New Haven Independent
The check was presented to the organization by Historic New England Executive Vice President Diane Viera on August 25 in New Haven’s City Hall where the exhibit was showing. Pictured above are, left to right: LHA Board members Mary Johnson and Dorothy Johnson; Historic New England Executive Vice President Diane Viera; LHA President Bill Berndtson; Exhibit Curator and LHA Director Joan Cavanagh; State Senator Martin J. Looney; and LHA Board member Lula White.
The photograph was taken by Jeanne Criscola, who designed the exhibit panels.
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Labor History in the Schools gathers momentum in CT
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GNHLHA members moved forward with a legislative initiative in 2012, called Labor History in the Schools, with endorsement by John Olsen and the CT AFL-CIO Executive Board. The bill came close to being brought to the floor in 2013 and will be coming up again in 2014. Stayed tuned!
GNHLHA in the News
New Haven Register, Jim Shelton, Register Staff
April 10, 2011