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Sarah Jane Knoy

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Granite State Organizing Project

HQ Phone:  (603) 668-8250

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Granite State Organizing Project

383 Beech Street

Manchester, New Hampshire,03103

United States

Company Description

The Granite State Organizing Project is a non-profit, non-partisan organization rooted in faith and democratic values and includes 32 religious, labor, and community organizations representing 40,000 New Hampshire families The organization was incorporated in ... more

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www.retirementsecurityvoices.org

Sarah Jane Knoy, the Executive Director of the Granite State Organizing Project, had an op-ed published on April 28th in the Nashua Telegraph about the fight for a higher minimum wage in New Hampshire, which GSOP is helping to lead.
She writes "With 42 percent of Americans today earning less than $15 per hour and New Hampshire's minimum wage frozen since 2009, low-wage workers are long over­due for a raise.


www.retirementsecurityvoices.org [cached]

Sarah Jane Knoy, the Executive Director of the Granite State Organizing Project, had an op-ed published on April 28th in the Nashua Telegraph about the fight for a higher minimum wage in New Hampshire, which GSOP is helping to lead.
She writes "With 42 percent of Americans today earning less than $15 per hour and New Hampshire's minimum wage frozen since 2009, low-wage workers are long over­due for a raise.


www.heraldnews.com

Sarah Knoy, the director of the Granite State Organizing Project, a workers' rights group, had the same reaction.
"I almost never hear about Amazon," she said.


www.retirementsecurityvoices.org [cached]

Sarah Jane Knoy, the Executive Director of the Granite State Organizing Project, had an op-ed published on April 28th in the Nashua Telegraph about the fight for a higher minimum wage in New Hampshire, which GSOP is helping to lead.
She writes "With 42 percent of Americans today earning less than $15 per hour and more >


uucm.org [cached]

After the service, Sarah Jane Knoy, Director of GSOP ( Granite State Organizing Project) will show the film, Welcome to Shelbyville, brought to this area by the Manchester chapter for immigrant well-being and the NH Alliance of Immigrants and Refugees.


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