Sarah Pierce

I'm a law student, a nonprofit professional, a blogger, a writer, and a job seeker. I blog about the paths of development of people and organizations doing great things for social change. Let me know if you have suggestions!

One Way to Celebrate Hundreds of Mamas

There's something great about turning a Hallmark Holiday into a day that truly celebrates women....more

Social Superhero Training: Reliability

Reflecting on all of the Social Superheroes’ tracks of development, the ‘Social Superhero Training’ series is intended to illustrate the common traits of those who have been successful in working for the social good.-...more

A Voice in Libya: Iman al-Obeidi

Like many of you, I’ve been entranced by reports on Iman al-Obeidi’s story. However, as much as I love journalism, I was frustrated by not being able to find a comprehensive, chronological account of the events- thus I compiled one here.  When fear binds an oppressed population, sometimes it just takes one brave voice to move masses. Last Saturday, Iman al-Obeidi was that voice in Libya. She burst into a hotel of carefully guarded journalists, told her story, and was immediately hustled off to detention....more

The War on Young, Black Males

There’s been a lot of internet...more

How to Change the World With a Phone Call

How many friends do you have that are busy changing the world for the better?-...more

Who was Martin Luther King's lawyer?

Posted from my blog, Social Superheroes.Last weekend I went to a retreat for law students interested in public interest work. It was awesome. Really. Awesomeness in retreat form. So totally awesome that I poured my heart out about it on my law school's public interest blog. Here's a short excerpt:...more