BYU Women’s Conference, held annually, is the largest two-day gathering of LDS women anywhere in the world. This year’s conference was held May 3-4, 2018 on the Brigham Young University campus in Provo, Utah. The theme was “Strengthen One Another in the Lord.” Approximately 160 presenters participated and 18,458 people attended.
Associate Director Elizabeth Clark and Senior Fellow Hannah Clayson Smith presented on “Religious Freedom: A Cherished Heritage to Defend.” In their joint presentation, they addressed questions such as “How do religious freedoms impact our right to worship? How can we keep our freedom of worship from being destoryed? How do we work together with those of other faiths to defence religious liberty?”
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