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Sarah Sophie Flicker

Founder & Creative Director

The Citizens Band

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“I know that anger is exhausting…and if we rely solely on our rage, we will only show up when things are at their worst. When we rely on love, our love for ourselves, the future, for humanity, we can keep showing up from a place of passion and heart.”

Short Bio

National Organizer, Women’s March on Washington and the Creative Director, Art Not War & The Citizen Band Sarah Sophie Flicker isan activist, writer, filmmaker, cultural organizer, creative director, and movement builder. She is a creative director at progressive media production company Art Not War and the creative director of The Citizens Band. She is a national organizer of the Women’s March on Washington.

Long Bio

Sarah Sophie is an activist, producer, writer, filmmaker, cultural organizer, creative director, and aerialist.

Founder and Creative Director of celebrated political cabaret group, The Citizens Band, she is the Editor-At-Large for Violet Book. Her writing can be found at Hello Giggles, Rookie Magazine, W Magazine, Vogue, Refinery29, The Cut, Cosmo.com, Violet Book, Stylist, Rizzoli’s publication The Inspired Home and her site, At Once, focusing on the intersection of feminism and parenthood. She is the co-author of the Women’s March New York Times Selling book, “Together We Rise”.

She is a national organizer at the Women’s March as well as cultural content producer with Paola Mendoza of Soze Agency. Before this, she was working with ART NOT WAR as Content Producer and Creative Director. Sarah Sophie has worked with a wide variety of organizations on campaigns such as Emily’s List, Lady Parts Justice, Women’s March, PLUS (paid family leave), United We Dream, Planned Parenthood, and others. She is a founder and member of The Resistance Revival Chorus.

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