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Downeast Humanists and Freethinkers Message Board › women's rights

women's rights

Amy E. T.
user 35268572
Ellsworth, ME
Post #: 15
Great piece by Jimmy Carter calling for an end to discrimination against women on a religious basis, and bringing the influence of world leaders to the issue.

user 54714352
Bangor, ME
Post #: 16
I have viewed this in the past and I agree with you, Amy! Even though Jimmy Carter is a man of faith (which I will excuse him for!) I still admire him in many ways. Of most people of faith, I do not witness it in their actions. With Jimmy Carter, I can see it in his actions. From what I know, he is a good man.
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