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Rachael Dubinsky

Rachael Dubinsky
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Rachael Dubinsky

Rachael is originally from the Nutmeg State and has done stints in Newark, DE, Washington, DC, and Portsmouth, NH. She is an alumna of University of Delaware where she received a BA in Agriculture and Communication. She went on to attend George Washington University where she received a MA in Strategic Public Relations. Rachael is the Director of Political Engagement at JALSA Impact, a newly formed 501(c)(4) organization, which harnesses the power of the progressive Jewish community to make electoral change. In her spare time, she can be found taking bachata classes or looking for inspirational events in and around Central Square. You can find her on Twitter at @redubinsky & @qweenofcamb.

Blog posts

You Are Worthy

How to Practice Radical Self-Love

Post Valentine’s Day, peep these tips for how to practice radical self-love.

Topics: Feminism
Women Protest the Dissolution of Bella Abzug's 19th Congressional District, 1972

Channeling Bella and Challenging Power

Women are strong leaders because we understand how deeply intertwined policy is with our everyday lives. Labeled a “passionate perfectionist,” Abzug refused to separate idealism from activism.

Women Voting in 1936

Keeping the Faith in Our Democracy

This election is a referendum on the character of our society. It’s up to all of us to use our voices and our votes to create a more just and compassionate country.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Rachael Dubinsky." (Viewed on March 22, 2019) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/rachael-dubinsky>.

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