Art and Resistance through Education
Sarah Rim (she/her) is the current co-facilitator of ARTE’s Youth Voices Lead digital training program and has had the pleasure of interning for ARTE as a part of its curriculum and programming for incarcerated youth. This year, she graduates from Cornell University with a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations and a minor in Law & Society. With extensive research experience in conflict resolution and workers’ rights, Sarah aims to pursue a legal education to utilize the law as a powerful tool to uplift and protect marginalized communities. At ARTE, she works at the intersection of her passions—art, education, and human rights—and strives to continue such work in her future legal profession.
Sarah's favorite piece of artwork is Almond Blossom by Vincent van Gogh.