Massey in the Press
As a spokesperson, Sarah Massey broadcasts messages to new audiences to motivate them to action.
Our recent project, All In Service DC, gained local, national, and international media attention. See Sarah Massey take on interviews that inspire.
Washington Post, Jan 20, 2017: D.C. businesses embrace diversity for inaugural weekend — but not white nationalists
Washingtonian, Jan 3, 2017: DC Restaurants and Bars Are Giving Money From Inauguration Weekend to Charity
WLNS, Jan 21, 2017: As Trump takes office, 120+ DC restaurants donate profits to diversity groups
WUSA, Jan 18, 2017: Over 120 local restaurants will donate their funds to charity this weekend
Tribune Wire, Jan 20, 2017: ‘Charity isn’t political:’ Washington, D.C. restaurants giving away inauguration weekend profits
Sarah was recently interviewed on The Stream about creating safe spaces for social justice activism.
The Stream, Jan 30, 2017: Many people in the United States say their fear and anxiety have skyrocketed with Donald Trump ‘s election. Social justice activist Sarah Massey is leading a grassroots effort to help people see where fear is overriding reason. In her resiliency workshop, DC residents learn to practice self-care so they have the emotional strength to navigate political and social change.
Sarah’s work to advocate for LGBTQ rights has been featured in media, too.
NBC Out, Feb 9, 2017: Pence Gets Valentine’s Dance Party From LGBTQ Advocates
Pink News, Feb 10, 2017: Queer dance party takes place as Mike Pence moves into Vice President’s residence (VIDEO)