Hear all about Ordain Women’s Women’s History Tour and Sacred Grove Action in our latest podcast;
In September 2015, a group of 15 Ordain Women Supporters traveled to Upstate New York in an effort to learn more about American Feminism, The Abolishment of Slavery and Early Mormonism. We walked where the women who made our journey possible walked. We stepped into their homes and learned a little more about their journey, hardships and dreams. We were honored to learn from them and hopefully we can take that moving forward and build a better future for everyone, together.
We would like to publicly thank Melanie Christian Van Orden and Glenn Cornett at Spectrum NYC for their generosity in hosting this podcast as well as the following locations for their generosity, their knowledge and passion for equality.
Harriet Tubman Home, Inc.
National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House
Women Rights National Historical Park
Sacred Grove and Smith Farm Visitor’s Center and Sister Missionaries.
Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation
Rita Henley Jensen & Women’s eNews
Museum of the City of New York
Honoring our past,
Envisioning our future.
Joanna Wallace, the author of this post, is on Ordain Women’s Executive Board as Social Media Manager.
Listen in as Lindsay, from FMH Podcast, interviews members of the Ordain Women Executive board about their upcoming October 2015 Action.
A woman is called in for an interview by a bishop who is not her own. The trauma she suffers after the interview puts her life in a downward spiral with long-lasting consequences.
In an ongoing series about Mormon Women and Eccleastical abuse, Cally interviews a woman who was abused and mistreated by her father, a prominent church leader in California.
In an ongoing series, Cally interviews Mormon women who have suffered abuse or trauma at the hands of Priesthood leaders.
On Father’s Day, June 21st, 2015, OW Executive Board member Dr. Kristy Money was disciplined for refusing to obey her local priesthood leaders by being silent. In this inaugural episode of the Ordain Women podcast, the podcast’s host, Kristy Money, is interviewed by OW’s Cami Thurman Ashby regarding what led up to this discipline, what happened during the meeting and how she is moving forward.