Quakers, Indian Boarding Schools, and Indigenous Justice Today
In 1819, the United States enacted a series of policies that led to the creation of Indian boarding schools across the nation.
Listen to Episode 1 of Quakers Today!
The first episode of the Quakers Today podcast takes a look at Fiction. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app.
Quaker organizations issue joint statement on peace testimony and Ukraine
On October 26, eight Quaker organization heads issued a joint statement on the peace testimony and Ukraine. The statement notes:…
Interview with Olha Lychko-Parubocha of Friends Peace Teams in Ukraine
Olha Lychko-Parubocha is a Ukrainian psychologist who has been working in the IDP camps in Lviv since April.
Wedding preparations get complicated after a long afternoon with the clearness committee.
Born on the Wrong Side of Justice
A family remembers its stories and the oppressions of lands lost and taken.
Make Freedom Ring!
An orphan girl’s foster Quaker family disappears one day, leaving a mysterious note.
Investor Prospectus for the Citadel Fund
Luxury homes for deposed dictators seeking a safe and dignified retirement.
Female Brain Running
"Recently I fell for clickbait because the tagline sounded so binary and sexist / that I wanted to see just how dumb it was…"
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