LGBTQ+ Caucus Chair, Germany; Co-editor, LGBTQ+ Caucus newsletter

Originally from Rochester, Michigan, Sarah Fancy has lived abroad since 1992. Sarah studied German and English Literature at the University of Michigan, did a year abroad at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, and later earned an MBA in Global Management. Sarah has been active in Democrats Abroad on and off since she moved from Germany to Galway, Ireland in 2010. She is currently based in Heidelberg, Germany, where she lives with her wife, 2 dogs and several small humans. Sarah is the Co-Editor of the LGBTQ+ Caucus Democrats Abroad newsletter, and is also the new Chair of the LGBTQ+ Caucus for Germany. 


  • published October 2020 Newsletter in News 2020-10-18 09:15:00 -0400

    October 2020 Newsletter

    Letter from the Editors

    This month we are dedicating our newsletter to voting and taking part in DA’s efforts to get out the vote for ALL of us living abroad. We want to give you some of the newsletter team’s voting stories and why we think it is important to vote, both as Americans AND as Democrats living abroad. The election isn’t just 28 days away, it’s over in 28 days. We can’t let the right-wing silence our voices, deny our rights, and cheat their way to winning. Failure is not an option for all of the people and communities we care about. The election is happening right now as millions of people across the USA cast their ballot early. You cannot sit this one out. Democrats need your voice. Send in your ballot now. Forward this message to your

    American friends who live abroad and talk to them about doing the same.

    We hope that you enjoy this edition!

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  • donated 2020-05-27 04:08:40 -0400

    Cleve Jones "This is Not My First Pandemic"

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    Cleve Jones will speak about "This is not my first pandemic" to Democrats Abroad in a webinar hosted by Solidarity Sundays Austria and the Democrats Abroad Global LGBTI Caucus.  

    Cleve will discuss and draw the parallels between the AIDS and COVID-19 government then and now. Both pandemics began with a Republican president in the White House who did not perceive the gravity of the situation and failed to lead the country. Please make a donation today and make a difference with Democrats Abroad!

    Donations will be going to the Democratic Party Committee Abroad (Democrats Abroad) and not to any candidate for federal office.

     

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Chair, LGBTQ+ Caucus Germany