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Espere Su Luz

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A. Laurel Green was a member of Putney (Vt.) Meeting for 20 years before moving to Mexico. She teaches English in her village there, and she is co-writing a book about her experiences. She can be reached at [email protected]

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Friends Journal is published by Friends Publishing Corporation. The mission of the corporation is to communicate Quaker experience in order [鈥

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Books June/July 2014

Book reviews.

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Green Pilgrimage

I鈥檓 a creature of habit. For years, in a rite of spring, I visited my garden center to buy geraniums, [鈥

Fran Palmeri lives in Nokomis, Fla. She is a dual member of Sarasota (Fla.) and Annapolis (Md.) meetings.

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Books March 2015

Book reviews

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Robert L. West

West鈥擱obert L. West, 87, on July 8, 2017, at home in LaGrangeville, N.Y., with his family close by. Bob was [鈥

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Quaker Leadership and Education

Three stories and a vision of recovering joy.

Alexander Levering Kern is an educator, poet, writer, ecumenical and interfaith leader, and member of Friends Meeting at Cambridge (Mass.). Editor of the anthology Becoming Fire: Spiritual Writing from Rising Generations, he currently serves as executive director of the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service (CSDS) at Northeastern University in Boston.

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A Challenge to Friends

Susan Corson鈥怓innerty is away, which gives me the welcome task of preparing this column. For us at Friends Journal, November [鈥

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The People Make the Peace: Lessons from the Vietnam Antiwar Movement

Edited by Kar铆n Aguilar鈥怱an Juan and Frank Joyce. Just World Books, 2015. 268 pages. $23.99/paperback; $9.99/eBook. On June 5, 1969, [鈥

Richard Taylor is a member of Germantown Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., and is active in the meeting鈥檚 task force on ending mass incarceration. Dick is also developing a website designed to encourage Christian preachers to avoid anti-Judaism in their sermons and in the church鈥檚 readings from the New Testament.

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