When a religious group is distinctly sexist, why don’t women abandon it? Savvy answers from Azza Karam, a Muslim at the U.N. Population Council, and Carl Murrell, who represents the U.S. Baha’i community at the U.N. Both work for women’s equality as an expression of their religious beliefs. Faith and Feminism.
- Person: Malala Yousafzai
- Place: the U.N. General Assembly
- Thing: their mothers’ jewelry
- Randy’s Thing: a length of chain