In her new book, Sarah attempts to answer two questions: first, what choices should individual parents make? Second, what collective action can we as a society take to make our systems work better for everyone? As she shares her own challenges in coming to terms with her own privilege, she also learns from those who are most affected by our nation’s systemic inequality and those who are working to change those systems. Whether it’s childcare or college, activism or wealth, Sarah tackles the most uncomfortable issues in order to give parents the perspective and actionable guidelines they need to make more equitable decisions.
Her writing on these and other parenting subjects can be found in Slate, LitHub, The Rumpus, Catapult, and Romper. A graduate of Columbia Law School, she practiced law at the Children’s Law Center and A Better Childhood, both nonprofit law firms. She also currently consults, speaks, and writes on child welfare issues.
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