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We are so delighted to have you with us. For over thirty years we have built a global network of feminist ministers, activists, scholars and allies to further causes of justice for women in religious contexts.
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"Beginners"

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June WATERtalk

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"Is Sharia Law Still Relevant?"

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WATER is a global network, an educational and spiritual space, a center for dialogue on feminism, faith, and justice. We connect activists, religious leaders, students, scholars, and allies who are using feminist religious values to create social change.

Founded in 1983 by Mary E. Hunt and Diann L. Neu, we have been empowering women to address structural violence for over thirty years — making WATER one of the oldest feminist religious non-profit organizations in the world.

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