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Lecture

Highlights

Enjoy videos and transcripts of a variety of lectures on the history of the Church.

Featured Lectures:

“Soaring with the Condor”

An Evening with Los Hermanos de los Andes

Los Hermanos de los Andes is an Andean folk group with a 25-year history. Their purpose is to preserve and share their rich musical heritage using authentic ethnic instruments dating back to the ancient Incan civilization.

“Sarah Granger Kimball: The Mind behind the Relief Society”

An Evening with Tiffany Taylor Bowles

Meet Sarah Granger Kimball, the woman behind the formation of one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the world. A self-declared “woman’s rights woman,” Sarah was an associate of national suffragettes, including Susan B. Anthony. She spent her life actively serving in the Relief Society and encouraging women to succeed.

“Black Heroes in Latter-day Saint History”

An Evening with Margaret Blair Young and Darius Aidan Gray

Margaret Blair Young and Darius Aidan Gray will speak about black people in Latter-day Saint history, especially in the context of American history. They will introduce some heroic black Latter-day Saints who were involved in the Revolutionary War and in civil rights movements of the 1830s. Thursday, February 18, 2016, 7:00 p.m.