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For week ended October 31, 1999 Posted 14 Nov 1999
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Documentary Aims to Take Objective Look at Mormon Women

Utah native, Tasha Oldham, will explore the beliefs, realities and challenges of Mormon women in her new documentary film, "Sisters in Zion." Oldham will also disprove the notion that Mormon women have been duped, wanton, misguided, housebound, constantly pregnant and uniformly submissive, a belief that was expressed in early propaganda films such as, "Trapped By the Mormons" and "Mormon Women and Depression."
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An LDS Constitutional Scholar on Human Rights (Scholar to speak on human rights)

LDS Church member and constitutional scholar Ed Firmage spoke Tuesday, October 26th to the United Nations Association of Utah about his recent experiences speaking with the Dalai Lama on human rights and meeting in Geneva, Switzerland with the UN Subcommittee on Human Rights. Firmage is a University of Utah Law School Professor who is currently on sabbatical.

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Jenny Oaks Baker concert Sat., Nov. 6

at the Washington D. C. Temple Visitors' Center

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