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A Conversation with President Jimmy Carter

FaithStreet’s co-founder and CEO, Sean Coughlin, was on the scene live-tweeting and taking photos as Sally Quinn, founding editor of OnFaith, and Washington Post columnist David Ignatius interviewed President Jimmy Carter “A Call To Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power.”

President Carter talked about the discrimination against women around the world, particularly in religious societies. Check out some photos and highlights below

We’re honored to co-host a conversation with President Jimmy Carter about women and religion. @onfaith @sallyquinndc pic.twitter.com/XqKLJe07JS

— Sean W. Coughlin (@seanwcoughlin) March 26, 2014

“If you sent an email today, [the NSA] recorded it…I hope President Obama does away with it by executive order.” #carteratwapo @onfaith

— Sean W. Coughlin (@seanwcoughlin) March 26, 2014

“We need to have peace so that we will not have apartheid in Israel.” #carteratwapo @onfaith pic.twitter.com/0PmROcL60G

— Sean W. Coughlin (@seanwcoughlin) March 26, 2014

“Atlanta is the #1 trading post for sex slavery in the US. Over 200 women are sold per month.” #carteratwapo @onfaith

— Sean W. Coughlin (@seanwcoughlin) March 26, 2014

Sally Quinn, founding editor of OnFaith, and Washington Post columnist David Ignatius with President Jimmy Carter

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