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Mentorship: Teaching Our Values

Student Voices Project 2015
* Story Time
* Ponder
* Get Involved
* Inspiration
* Imagine
* Visual Arts
* Photography
* Participant List
Holy Saturday Meditation: John Andrew Gallery
Of Stinkbugs and God: Joshua Valle
Teaching as a Vessel to Spirit: Gretchen L. Morse
Quaker Parenting from a Quaker Mother and Daughter: Lynn Fitz鈥怘ugh and Sara Alice Grendon

Among Friends: Nourishing Student Voices

An introduction from our associate editor.

Gail Whiffen Coyle is the associate editor of聽Friends Journal.

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Forum, April 2015

Responses from our readers.

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Viewpoint: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

A reader reflection.

Blair Seitz lives in West Reading, Pa.

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2nd Annual Student Voices Project

Introduction to this year鈥檚 Student Voices Project

Gail Whiffen Coyle is associate editor of Friends Journal.

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Student Voices: Story Time

Has there been a time when you were involved in a conflict and there was a peaceful resolution?

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Student Voices: Ponder

Why do people fight? What causes violent conflict?

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Student Voices: Get Involved

Describe the scenarios and places where you see peace and conflict in your daily life.

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Student Voices: Inspiration

Students respond to inspirational quotes.

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Student Voices: Imagine

Imagine a world where violence doesn鈥檛 exist.

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Student Voices: Visual Arts

Draw or create a visual piece in response to peace, conflict, justice, or all three.

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