Lavina Fielding Anderson
- Healthy or hurtful? Twenty years later, Mormon 'Purge' still debated
- The writers who were rebuked in and around the fall of 1993 — Lavina Fielding Anderson, Avraham Gileadi, Maxine Hanks, D. Michael Quinn, Paul Toscano, and Lynne Whitesides — became known as "the September Six." Five were excommunicated and ...
- Where Mormonism's 'September Six' are now
- Anderson, who was excommunicated for publishing a list of attacks on intellectuals by LDS leaders, is president of Editing Inc. and attends the same Mormon ward she did in 1993: "Being excommunicated is something I think of or am reminded about every ...
- The Case of the Mormon Historian
- Quinn and four others—Lavina Fielding Anderson, Maxine Hanks (a distant relative of Paul Hanks, the stake president who showed up at Quinn's apartment), Paul Toscano, and Avraham Gileadi—were excommunicated by stake presidents in Salt Lake City ...
- Sunstone symposium next week in Salt Lake City
- Lavina Fielding Anderson, one of the women who was excommunicated in 1993 as part of the “September Six” will also discuss her experience and how she has still kept herself a part of the LDS church and culture. “She has continued to go to church and ...
- Crisis of Confidentiality
- According to Lavina Fielding Anderson, co-editor of the 1996 volume Case Reports Of The Mormon Alliance, which covered child sexual abuse in the Mormon church, the help line is more self-serving than victim-friendly.
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