During the Dark Times

by Naomi Watkins Since sharing that I resigned from my job and took a leap of faith into a still unknown future, I’ve had many people tell me that I am brave and strong. And ok, thank you. But if I am completely honest, looking back, taking that initial leap was the easy part in this […]


We’re joining others around the world today to celebrate Malala Day, “a day for all children everywhere to raise their voices and be heard. It is a day to stand up for education and say to the world that we are stronger than the enemies of education and stronger than the forces that threaten girls, […]

Voices from the Past: Mormon Women’s Fight for Suffrage

Front row: Jane S. Richards, left, Emmeline Wells. Middle row: Phoebe Woodruff, Isabelle Horne, Eliza R. Snow, Zina Young, Marinda Hyde. Back row: Dr. Ellis R. Shipp, Bathsheba W. Smith, Elizabeth Howard, Dr. Romania Pratt Penrose. (Utah State Historical Society) by Celeste Tholen Rosenlof During the infancy of the LDS Church, female members advocated for […]

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