At a Glance:Sarah Blazucki has been a Project Contributor since January 2013, has written 9 entries and currently lives in Washington DC.
Sarah Blazucki is the vice president for print and digital media for the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. She is the former editor of Philadelphia Gay News, the oldest LGBT newsweekly in the country. During her tenure from 2006-12, PGN reported on LGBT homelessness and domestic violence, produced an annual Gay History Month series and interviewed presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Under Sarah's direction, the staff won more than 35 awards for news writing, arts and entertainment, columns, photos and advertising. Sarah was co-chair of the NLGJA 2011 annual convention in Philadelphia and was on the programming committee for 2012 UNITY Journalists Convention, a quadrennial conference of minority journalist organizations.
In 2012, she led the development of a website to find LGBT rights (lgbtrights.me) by address or GPS locator on a smartphone.
In addition, Sarah is a freelance résumé writer and career coach and has served as a contributor, editor and proofreader for several résumé writing books. Prior to that, Sarah served as news editor for the LGBT biweekly The Baltimore Alternative. She received her B.A. from Towson State University in mass communications, with a concentration in journalism and a minor in women’s studies. In her free time, Sarah runs, bikes, and practices yoga. She now lives in D.C. and is an editor for The Peace Corps.
Sarah Blazucki: Recently Filed
Today, Prop. 8; tomorrow DOMA. If you haven't been following along (or read up), here are some resources.Read More
"Fortunately, in America we don't put everything up to a vote. We don't force families to put their freedom of speech or freedom of religion or freedom to marry up to a vote ... the reality in the country is...Read More
Anti-gay protesters clashed with police in Paris ahead of "marriage for all" vote next month.Read More
"I have come to the conclusion that our government should not limit the right to marry based on who you love. While churches should never be required to conduct marriages outside of their religious beliefs, neither should the government tell...Read More
GOP strategist Karl Rove said he "could" see a GOP presidential candidate backing marriage equality in 2016, then discusses potential Supreme Court decisions in DOMA and Prop. 8 cases. Political evolution is alive and well....Read More