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Fourth Annual Student Voices Project
• Reading List for President Trump
• Participants List
Counselor Orientation ’99 by Pete Dybdahl
The Shape We Take by Dyresha Harris
Traversing a State of Truth by John Andrew Gallery
Sweet Ol’ Camp Tunes by Kyle Weinman
A Quaker on a Commune by Hayley Hathaway
A Young Friends Bookshelf
Bob Welsh lives in Black Mountain, N.C.
The obituary of the subject of Welsh's poem, Bob Barrus, also appears in the May 2017 issue.
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An introduction to the May 2017 issue on the fourth annual Student Voices Project and Quaker Summers.
Gail Whiffen is associate editor of Friends Journal. [email protected]
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Letters from our readers remember Henry Cadbury; a meeting with Joyce Ajlouny, shifting racial labels and accountability, a request for […]
Quakers tend to follow the leading to be in the world but not of it, although last summer gave us […]
Debby Churchman lives in Arlington, Va., and works for Friends Meeting of Washington (D.C.).
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This year we asked students to write a letter to the next president of the United States suggesting what they […]
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Student Voices: “We advocate, we organize, we vote, we speak the truth, and when necessary, we protest. We may worship […]
Student Voices: ” I believe that every voice should be heard, but some are silenced by society. As the next […]
Student Voices: “The America I envision is an America where all people are treated equally. It is an America where […]
Student Voices: ” All that said, I have a few pieces of final advice for you: Be kind. Build bridges, […]
To Imagine Change through Many Voices by Detmer Kremer
The Light Will Rip You Up by Caroline Morris
Genesis by John A. Minahan
Jesse Stuart’s The Thread That Runs So True by Robert Stephen Dicken