Most‐Read Articles of 2019

The Most Popular Articles of 2019

We’ve been sharing our most‐read articles of 2019 on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the full list.

#5 Selling Out to Niceness

Ann Jerome warns of the limitations and pitfalls of Quaker niceness, from the September issue.

#4 Building White Racial Stamina

From the January issue on racial diversity, Liz Oppenheimer’s confessions, learnings, and advices for building direct and authentic cross‐racial experiences.

#3 A Quaker School’s Response to Allegations of Sexual Abuse

Friends Journal news editor Erik Hanson reported on the hard work, healing, and fresh tragedies of a Quaker school confronting past institutional abuses. From the September issue.

#2 We Are Not John Woolman

Gabbreell James reminds us that our pantheon of Quaker heroes were not universally popular with Friends of their day and asks if we ourselves are on the right side of history?

#1 Slavery in the Quaker World

The most read article on FriendsJournal​.org, Katharine Gerbner’s deep dive into the often‐forgotten period of Quaker slave‐owning in the Americas.

Honorable Mentions

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This article originally appeared online on Dec. 31, 2019.
Posted in: February 2020

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2 thoughts on “Most‐Read Articles of 2019

  1. Starshine says:

    City & State
    Great Falls, MT
    I was disappointed that I could not re‐read or read the articles on line as I missed several.

    1. Martin Kelley says:

      All of the articles are available online ready to be re‐read. Clicking the large summaries brings you to them. I’ve also just added links to the headlines to make it more evident. -Martin/FJ

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