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Jimmy Carter's 'Call to Action' on Women April 10, 2014
Since Jimmy Carter left the White House in 1981, he has founded the Carter Center and traveled to 145 countries, establishing humanitarian projects in more than half of them. And he’s written more than 2 dozen books--the latest of which focuses on the plight of women and girls around the world. He says that much of the prejudice women face can be traced to interpretations of scripture that elevate men as superior.

President Jimmy Carter, author of A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power

Pictured: Pres. Carter in Cincinnati on April 1st, right before our interview. Credit: Lewis Wallace.