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“We have carefully and prayerfully considered every option.
Brownists, York University Professor Bill Sheils explained, openly criticized the Church of England’s morals and ethics.
(The Church of England was formed in 1534, driven by King Henry VIII‘s quest for a male heir.) Brewster’s membership in the religious group led to a warrant for his arrest and his imprisonment for several months.“So I have an ancestor who was disruptive socially and politically. Judd is very active as a social justice activist for human rights and public health.
In her recently published memoir , Judd detailed how her background as a victim of neglect, abuse and depression drove her to become a vocal advocate for women suffering from HIV/ AIDS and working in the sex trade.
Judd’s outspoken nature has also drawn controversy.
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Most recently, she made news for criticizing rap culture in her previously mentioned book as a culture of rape.
The actress said she was led to explore her heritage in order to find out if there was anyone else in her family who “agitated for reform, who fought for the poor, the disenfranchised and the disempowered.”Judd found a fellow agitator in Brewster who later escaped to Holland for 12 years where he was disseminating the , a 1619 book protesting King James I’s imposition upon the Church of Scotland.