Rush Frazier

Central and Eastern Regional Coordinator

Rush Frazier (they/them) is a Black queer organizer, herbalist, and artist based in Worcester, MA. Rush comes to Neighbor to Neighbor with close to twenty years of organizing experience, beginning with cultural and progressing into various human rights issues. In their role as Field Organizer on the Yes on 3 ballot campaign, Rush helped win the country’s first statewide fight to defend nondiscrimination protections for transgender people in public spaces. In their role as NE Field organizer with Amnesty International, Frazier worked in coalition to end repeal of the death penalty in New Hampshire. Mx. Frazier twice represented Worcester at the National Poetry Slam, was Co-Grand Marshall of the 2018 Worcester Pride Parade, and a past President of the Worcester County Poetry Association. Currently, Rush is President of Worcester Pride Remix. Recently they were awarded a Key to the City of Worcester.