Sara interviews author of the hit book Elders, Ryan McIlvain about the book, his life and his stories behind the stories. He talks about marketing a book about Mormons to a secular audience and how he approaches the faith he grew up in but no longer belongs to.
Derek Staffanson and Heidi Doggett talk with author Miguel Santana and AP Productions board member Jackie Biskupski about The Righteous and Very Real Housewives of Utah County, a new play exploring Mormon women’s roles, conformity, and freedom that is premiering this week in Salt Lake City.
This is part one in a series of episodes designed to explore the benefits that feminist theory have given women. Join Lindsay, Trine, Analisa and Heather to discuss how feminism has impacted their own lives for the better.
The LDS church has a complicated history in race relations, and that history continues to shape the experience of church members today. But what does LDS racial history look like, and how do church members today experience its effects?