Sarah Ganong

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Sarah Ganong


Sarah Ganong is Political Director at CT Working Families, June 2017 to present. Lives in New Haven Connecticut.

Education

Dickinson College Bachelor's degree, English and Biology minor. 2009 – 2013.

My senior thesis, Rewriting the Apocalypse, examined the effectiveness of apocalyptic metaphor in three non-fiction texts about climate change and how individuals that believe in climate change are prevented from acting on the phenomenon by these metaphors.

University of East Anglia. Visiting Student Environmental Science. 2011 – 2012.[1]

New England DSA conference

Eric Wimer March 25 2019·

I loved this conference. It was fantastic to see every chapter in New England (and they're all chapters, not OCs now, thanks Lisa!) show up in force. From the varied, interesting workshops, to a very comradley and productive debate, to every conversation had a lunch or the social, I really couldn't have imagined this conference going better. And it needed to, because the clock is ticking, and only the fundamental change that these organizers are fighting for will save us. We can win a better world!

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Tag yourself, tag your friends! — with Trevor Hurlbut, Lisa Flores, Mie Inouye, Maria Svart, Bill Meyerson, Catherine Meyerson, Alex van Olden, Evan George, Sarah Ganong, Forrest Rapier, Clare Fitzgerald, Fitz Pucci, Beth Huang, Aimee Dupont, Jon Torsch, Sarah VH and Kit Cali.

WFP comrades

Sarah Ganong July 11 2019·

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We're gonna win, y'all. Text WFP to 738674 to join us. — with Taylor Biniarz, Lindsay Farrell, Zack Campbell, Ol Dhrupad, Carlos Cienfuegos Moreno, Biola Jeje, Maurice Moe Mitchell, Kristin Burgess, Luis G. Luna, Mike Merli and Roger Senserrich.

Sarah Ganong June 6 2019·

Today’s my two year anniversary at CT Working Families. Thanks to all the colleagues & new comrades I’ve met along the way! It’s been a joy to build with you all, and have some fun while we’re at it.

If you believe in the world we’re working towards - where your zip code doesn’t determine your chances in life and your pocketbook doesn’t dictate how you participate in our democracy - please consider becoming a sustaining member of Working Families!

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Join us here: bit.ly/GiveToWFP — with Brian Coughlin, Arvia Walker, Maddie Granato, Gretchen Raffa and Sarah Locke.

New England DSA Conference

Central Connecticut Democratic Socialists of America April 2 2019:

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A great shot of Central CT DSA Steering Committee member Sarah Ganong speaking at last month's New England DSA Conference in Boston. Thanks to Sarah and everyone who made the trip to Boston to represent Central Connecticut!

Inside/Outside Project

From an article on Organizing Upgrade October 5, 2018 on the :Left Inside/Outside Project.

Fighting Trump and Building the Left, from the Left Inside/Outside Project

But it’s also an exciting time to be part of the U.S. left. We have momentum on all the levels we have to work on, and more energy for these efforts than we have seen in decades. We take the inspiration from the examples listed above, and recognize that our main challenge is bringing our work to scales that will be able to shift the balance of forces in the U.S. The Left Inside/Outside Project formed out of a common feeling that U.S. politics after Trump required both serious engagement with electoral politics and a left that could work collaboratively to build on our existing strengths. Twenty months later, we still believe this: our commitment is to work ever more closely together with this vision, to learn from one another, build on our most advanced experiences, and build a more unified and effective socialist movement that is in this fight for the long haul.

Signatories included Sarah Ganong, Democratic Socialists of America, National Electoral Committee.

2018 DSA NEC members

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New National Electoral Committee Members, as of May 18, 2018 are Abdullah Younus NYC, Adam Parsons Columbus, AJ Reed Quad Cities, Alex Nagle Philadelphia, Allie Cohn Knoxville, Austin Binns Philadelphia, Christine Riddiough Metro DC, Christian Bowe Lansing, David Greve Pittsburgh, Dele Balogun Chicago, Devin McManus NYC, Felicia Hamilton Boulder, Jason Clayton Metro DC, Jessica M. Culbertson Akron, Katrina Bergstrom Los Angeles, Keaton Slansky Seattle, Lucas Perez-Leahy Omaha, Mark Masaoka Los Angeles, Peter Simon Denver, Rachel Reyes Los Angeles, Renee Paradis NYC, Sarah Ganong Central Connecticut, Spencer Chan Chicago, Tascha Van Auken NYC, Yesenia Padilla San Diego.

Regenberg connection

Sarah Ganong September 12 2018:·

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CT Working Families is road tripping to Rhode Island today with State Representative Josh Elliott to help out our pal Aaron Regunberg in his Lieutenant Governor race!

$15 minimum wage activists

Sarah Ganong May 17 2019:·

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With Zack Campbell, Jennifer Berigan, Carlos Cienfuegos Moreno, M. Saud Anwar, Rochelle Palache, Kevin Burgos, Marilyn Moore, Julie Kushner and Ciro Gutierrez.

References