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What this BYU professor told the United Nations about why marriage and family matters

Wheatley Fellow Brian Willoughby spoke to a family-focused U.N. coalition on the International Day of Families

Wheatley Fellow, Brian Willoughby, a School of Family Life professor at Brigham Young University, attended the United Nations “The Family and the Future of Humanity” event on Wednesday, May 15, in New York City.

Held on the International Day of Families and on the 30th anniversary of the International Year of the Family, the event convened to discuss a variety of issues facing families today, including declining marriage rates, attitudes about abortion and the diminishment of motherhood.

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