April Young Bennett speaks at Counterpoint.
April Young Bennett completed a comprehensive analysis examining gender inequities within written policies of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS, Mormon) and shared her results with church leadership.
April continues to work with church leaders and comment in news media about issues of gender equity in church policy.
Presentation at Counterpoint conference, Part 1
Presentation at Counterpoint conference, Part 2
Panel Discussion at Sunstone Symposium with Janice Allred, Margaret Toscano, April Young Bennett, and Cynthia Robbins Newman (audio)
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