In the fifth grade, Sarah memorized the poems The Congo and Simon Legree by Vachel Lindsay.

Sarah carries a picture of the Guerrilla Girls in her wallet, along with a photo of her two daughters and son.

Sarah is from a family of four girls, just like Little Women. The similarity ends there.

Sarah has led most of her life without television.

Sarah had metal “F” lapel pins made to identify herself and other wearers as feminists.