Oct 27, 2021
Sarah Klein is a preeminent civil and trial attorney who specializes in representing sexual abuse survivors and is a nationally renowned advocate for legal, cultural, and political change for the support for the victims of sexual abuse.
A former competitive gymnast, Klein is also the first known victim of former Olympic women’s gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. At the July 2018 ESPY Awards, Klein accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award on behalf of herself and the hundreds of other survivors who spoke out and testified about Nassar’s abuse.
Through her significant experience in lawyering some of the country’s highest-profile cases, Klein has become a leading voice on sexual abuse and other legal issues on television, radio, and in print media including ESPN, NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, NPR, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today.
Sarah hosts a weekly podcast
called Bar Fights: Taking On Issues That Matter found on Apple
Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartMEDIA, Audacy, and
In this episode we discuss.
1) Sarah’s vulnerable journey, how years of abuse affected her mental, physical and emotional health, and how she continues to work to strengthen her voice to continue to support and help protect kids in need.
2) The different things to
watch for as a parent and to understand how grooming works with our
3) Sarah’s work with addressing and stopping the factors that contribute to harming kids, the institutional awareness, and not just stopping the one bad person that is harming children. This has become her entire life mission.
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