You Can’t Listen to Women If They Aren’t Invited to Speak

Great post by EMJEN at By Common Consent about the challenge of Church leaders repeatedly encouraging members to listen to women while also not inviting those women to speak.

Katie Ludlow Rich
Katie Ludlow Rich
Katie Ludlow Rich is a writer and independent scholar focused on 19th and 20th-century Mormon women's history. Email at katierich87 at gmail .com


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