By Eleanor Humes Haney
Eleanor Humes Haney (1931-1999) earned her PhD in theological ethics from Yale college. She taught in Virginia, Minnesota and Maine, and served as advisor on matters in theology, feminism and ethics. She was once all in favour of a Feminist non secular neighborhood and had an abiding dedication to social and financial justice. The Eleanor Humes Haney Fund used to be confirmed in her reminiscence to supply offers for social justice and peace projects.
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