New Hampshire Needs A Housing Jubilee!

Debt jubilee, a practice going back 4,000 years, is an established way of resetting economies that are burdened by excessive personal and collective debt. As we emerge from the economic devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic, we must consider this way of returning to...

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2019 Sabbatical Report, Sarah Jane Knoy

I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to take a three-month sabbatical this year. Between mid-February and Mid-May, I alternated travel with rest and rejuvenation at home. In Chicago, I visited several organizations that are doing innovative community...

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WSOS Fellows report – Irina Vasilescu

My name is Irina (with a rolling R). I have spent the past month as a fellow with the Granite State Organizing project, in an effort to learn the ropes of community organizing and take that information back home to Bucharest, the capital of Romania, where I have...

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WSOS Fellows report – Judit Ignacz

“The Full American Experience” As a small Romani girl, I always dreamt about America, the land of dreams, adventurous movies, cool music videos and endless smiles on the happy people’s face. Later on, of course I realized that not all was roses in the US either....

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Jessica Kang Londonderry, NH

My family gained citizenship here in New Hampshire when I was seven years old. I have grown up in a Korean household where my parents have a dry cleaning business. When I was a teenager, I decided to go back to South Korea and that's where I met my husband. We have...

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We Can Make This Work

Derry, NH Due to my medical conditions I was told I could never have children. I prepared my life to be without children. However, I can say that my life began when my son Atlas was born. He is almost a year old now and he lights up my life. A few months after he was...

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