Category: history

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Sisters Speak: Reflections on Exponent II

Since the upcoming issue of Exponent II is commemorating Exponent II’s fortieth anniversary, the Sisters Speak column will center on women’s experiences with the organization. What has Exponent II meant to you? How has it...

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From the Balcony

June 12, 1840 After crossing the ocean to attend the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and all other women were not permitted to participate. Instead, they were offered seats...

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Virtual Oases

Catching up on the week’s news, here’s a few posts to add to your weekend reading list! The Sunstone Symposium wrapped up just as the FAIR Mormon conference got going this week. Women’s issues...

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It’s Not All About Money

There are some women (it has become very many in fact) who have to work to provide for the needs of their families. To you I say, do the very best you can. I...

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Guest Post: No More Fear-Driven Faith for Me!

We’re delighted to showcase some of Exponent II’s founding mothers and long-time contributors in the upcoming days and weeks. We look to them, those who have seen and weathered periods of apostasy accusations and...