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3 Economic Reasons to Teach Our Daughters To Aspire

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Ryan travels to Washington DC where he catches up with Martha, a AMW mentor, and Labor Economist at the Census Bureau. They talk about some of the big economic trends in the United States and what they might mean for the rising generation of Aspiring Mormon Women. Topics include rising inequality, increased risk on families and trends in flexible work arrangements. You can read the original AMW post they are talking about here: http://aspiringmormonwomen.org/2013/07/17/three-economic-reasons-i-want-my-daughters-to-aspire-2/

Do LDS Men Unintentionally Discriminate?

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In this podcast Naomi, Ryan and Julianne respond to a blog post on Modern Mormon Men that posed the question: "Do LDS Men Unintentionally Discriminate?". Our answer....well listen and find out.

Episode 9: Table Talk

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Allison chats over dinner with Wendy C. Archibald, Nate' Dearden, Annette Thacker Bartlett, and Kirstin Hansen.

Whitney Call and Mallory Everton

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Sister Missionaries

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With the recent change in missionary age requirements, more women than ever are choosing to serve LDS missions. In this episode, we talk with recently returned missionaries Kate Clayson and Annie Williams about sleep deprivation, the age change, and having too much free time.

Returning to School

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Naomi speaks with Gloria Johnson and Gay Lynn Smith regarding their decisions to return to school.

YW Panel

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This week, Jamie speaks with a panel of young LDS women about their educational and professional goals for the future. All three young women are seniors in high school and plan on attending college this fall. Together, the three young women speak openly about their dreams and fears for the future and the challenges they face as aspiring Mormon women. We look forward to following up with the young women in the future.

Conversation with Dr. Susan Madsen

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In our first Aspiring Mormon Women podcast, Jamie talks to Dr. Susan Madsen, Director of the Utah Women and Education Initiative, about her educational and career path and the research she has conducted on the factors affecting the college graduation rates of Utah women.