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Rachel Schragis

Look Loud

Rachel Schragis is a born and raised new yorker, former art educator and queer white Jewish extrovert. Previously to co-founding Look Loud, she was part of arts leadership teams for Sunrise Movement and the People’s Climate March, and has helped lead art for dozens of direct actions and community mobilizations big and small. She is dedicated to the art of mind-mapping, and her most recent community- based poster project, “Unravelling Antisemitism” was recently released in partnership with Jews for Racial and Economic Justice. She is a recipient of the Robert Rauchenberg Artist-As-Activist award, an Earth Day New York Activist of the Year, and Grace Paley Community Organizing fellow at Jews for Racial and Economic Justice. She is also the co-founder of the Instagram project @Vent_Diagrams.