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Interview discusses the Mormon faith, the role of the church and faith in Madagascar, conversion and missionary work, race and Malagasy tradition. Discussion on marriage and family, racism and the Apartheid, higher education and community.
Mormon women Mormonism Women Theology Benjamin, King (Book of Mormon figure) Science Mathematics Fasting Africa Africa, East African American Mormons Apartheid Baptism Baptism and church membership Children Communities Contemplation Conversion Decision making Diseases Education Equality Faith Families Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church Gender, sexuality and culture Graduate School studies Language and languages Leadership Madagascar Malagasy language Marriage Misogyny Missionary Modesty--Religious aspects--Mormon Church Mormon Church--Presidents Mormon converts Mormon missionaries Mormon temples Mormons--United States Moving, Household Nephi (Book of Mormon figure) Parenting Patriarchy Poverty Race Racism Salvation Service, Faith Teaching Travel Global
Antananarivo (Antananarivo, Madagascar)
Born Digital. Claremont Global Mormon Oral History Collection, Special Collections, The Claremont Colleges Library