I was feeling terribly alone on that cold February evening as I placed the call to Carole Hoage. Muscles knotted […]
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Chloe Schwenke, a member of Adelphi (Md.) Meeting, is an ethicist and international development consultant. She is the author of Reclaiming Value in International Development: The Moral Divisions of Development Policy and Practice in Poor Countries. Her website is http://www.developmentvalues.net.Posted in: Features
Cummings—Frank Edson Cummings, on his 76th birthday, in Eugene, Ore., from acute myeloid leukemia, surrounded by his family. He was […]
These words are offered as two Friends’ understanding and experience. They are not perfect or final, nor are they meant […]
Diane Bonner is a chaplain at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan. Carol Holmes travels under appointment of New York Yearly Meeting to nurture small meetings and worship groups, and she serves on the general board of Friends United Meeting. Both are members of Fifteenth Street Meeting in New York City and serve on its Committee on Worship and Ministry.Posted in: Features
Quaker Earthcare Witness visits the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps.
Shelley Tanenbaum is the general secretary of Quaker Earthcare Witness, on the board of Quaker Institute for the Future, and a member of Strawberry Creek Meeting in Berkeley, Calif.Posted in: February 2017, Online Features
Forum A colorful shock The color August issue of Friends Journal was a shock, but a good one! I commend […]
FJ Poetry: “I remember him as a child remembers: / he was my Papaw…”
Carol Wills lives in Durham, N.C.Posted in: Uncategorized
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Protests at Guilford and Earlham Colleges and against gas pipelines; New England Friends statement on Paris attacks; FGC program changes; […]
I have been a feminist for 35 years. It has been, in effect, my religion. For me, feminism is a […]
Judith Fetterley, a member of Albany (N.Y.) Meeting, has retired from teaching American literature, writing, and feminist theory at SUNY Albany. Among her writings is The Resisting Reader: A Feminist Approach to American Fiction. She has chaired the board of the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, served on the Steering Committee of the National Women's Studies Association, and now serves on the Steering Committee of Women Against War, a local peace activist organization. Since retiring she has started Perennial Wisdom, a small perennial garden business, and she is writing a book on gardening as a spiritual practice. She serves on the Witness Coordinating Committee of New York Yearly Meeting.Posted in: Features
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Carol Kitchen is retired from a career in social work in varied settings. She has professional degrees in library science and social work and a doctorate in religion and society.Posted in: Online Features, Quaker Libraries
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous