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January 2015:Climate ChangeAllen’s Neck Clambake
Joseph E. Ingoldsby
Allowing Ourselves to be Bold
Affirming the Heart of Climate Advocacy
Jose Aguto & Emily Wirzba
Gabriel Ehri is executive director of Friends Journal.Posted in: Among Friends, January 2015: Climate Change
Letters from our readers
A century’s-worth of adaptations in a Quaker meeting’s summer celebration inadvertently documents ecosystem change. With podcast, author chat, and additional […]
Joseph E. Ingoldsby completed post-graduate work in environmental policy and sustainable development at University of Massachusetts. He received a master’s in landscape architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. Joseph’s writings and exhibitions are focused on natural and cultural landscapes and vanishing landscapes and endangered species. His work can be viewed at josephemmanuelingoldsby.com.Posted in: Features, January 2015: Climate Change
FJ Poetry: “Backhoes filled in the bog…”
A life interweaves Quaker spirituality and earthcare. With podcast.
Shelley Tanenbaum is the general secretary of Quaker Earthcare Witness (QEW). She currently also serves on the board of Quaker Institute for the Future, and has previously served on the boards of QEW and EarthLight magazine. She is a member of Strawberry Creek Meeting in Berkeley, Calif.Posted in: Features, January 2015: Climate Change
The experience of Earth Quaker Action Team.
George Lakey was first arrested in the Civil Rights Movement. He has taught at Pendle Hill study center and Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges and has led over 1,500 workshops on five continents. George is an active member of Central Philadelphia (Pa.) Meeting, a board member of EQAT, and a columnist for <em>Wagingnonviolence.org</em>.Posted in: Features, January 2015: Climate Change
FJ Poetry: “Whatever the genesis…”
Observations from the People’s Climate March. With podcast.
Karie Firoozmand is a member of Stony Run Meeting in Baltimore, Md. and a founding member of the Chesapeake Quarter Fracking Working Group.Posted in: Features, January 2015: Climate Change
FJ Poetry: “The river behind our house was rising a foot an hour…”
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous