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Interview discusses the Mormon faith, gender roles within the church and issues of Indigenous poeple, blood quantom laws, racism and sexism, mental illness and suicide. Discussion on marriage, family, and divorce, interfaith and interracial relationships and families, excommunication and substance abuse, language and feminism, the Dakota pipeline, and overall life experiences.
Mormon women Mormonism Women Theology Interfaith marriage Children of interfaith marriage Racially mixed people Racially mixed families Indigenous people Blood quantum (United States law) Excommunication Abuse Autonomy Baptism and church membership Children Death Alcoholism Divorce Education Equality Families Feminism Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church Foster home care Gender, sexuality and culture Genealogy History Language and languages Marriage Mental illness Misogyny Mormon missionaries Mothers Moving, Household Patriarchy Political activists Politics, Practical Publishers and publishing Race Racism Substance abuse Suicide Travel Writing Germany Global
Manuscript: 17 pages. Claremont Mormon Women Oral History Collection, volume 11, Special Collections, The Claremont Colleges Library