Saturday, April 26, 2014
Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke at the United Methodist Women’s Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky. Speaking to 7,400, Clinton advocated for the advancement of women in the United States and abroad. She spent the majority of her speech talking about her upbringing and her lifelong membership in the Methodist Church. She also applauded the women’s group for their work to stop human trafficking. “I have seen firsthand how much faith communities can do. I think a lot has been accomplished, not just here at home, but everywhere,” she said.
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