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Sarah is a 20-something social worker, advocate, and community member in the Bay Area who is continually trying to fit her small piece of the puzzle into the big social justice movement. When she’s not ranting about politics or intersectionality, she’s drinking mimosas, cliff jumping into lakes, crafting with sparkles and genuinely enjoying the simple joys in life with fabulous friends.

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