Christine E. Black in Friends Journal

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Peace March

On March 16 my husband and I went to a peace march in Eureka with our good friends Christine and […]

Carrie Gergits has recently completed her master's degree in Environment and Community at Humboldt State University in Arcata, Calif., and currently resides in Rio Dell, Calif. She works with children, helping them discover the wonders of nature and instilling a sense of responsibility and respect for their local environments.

Posted in: Features
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Hana in Spring

FJ Poetry: “Spring reminds her of her garden in Iraq…”

Christine E. Black lives in Charlottesville, Va.

Posted in: January 2016: Quakers and the Political Process, Poetry
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News May 2018

News of Friends

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Quaker Works October 2017

A semiannual feature to connect Friends Journal readers to the good works of Quaker organizations* in the following categories: Advocacy […]

Posted in: Conscience, Quaker Works
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Chloe Giles Wood

Wood—Chloe Giles Wood, 82, on March 14, 2016, in Talent, Ore. Chloe was born on June 8, 1933, in Las […]

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Milestones, September 2012

Obituaries for Martin Michael Beer, Richard Sternoff Beyer, Elizabeth Koop Buck, Walter Henry Glass, Dale K Miller, and Armin Louis […]

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A Quaker at Ground Zero

The Family Assistance Center (FAC) described below was located in a historic railroad terminal/museum at Liberty State Park in Jersey […]

John Blum is a certified and licensed mental health and substance abuse clinician. He is a member of Rancocas (N.J.) Meeting and lives in Moorestown, New Jersey. Names have been changed to preserve confidentiality. This excerpt is part of a larger journal, available free of charge by contacting the author at [email protected]

Posted in: Features
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Quakerism Left Me

Stories of a wandering generation.

Betsy Blake was recently accused of having a fake ID during a night out dancing, but she is in fact 36 years old. Currently residing in Philadelphia, Betsy is self-employed as a business and communications consultant for progressive businesses and organizations. She can be reached at [email protected].

The original version of this article included more of the author's stories of the experiences of her generation of Friends. You can read the un-cut version of "Quakerism Left Me" (original) here.

Posted in: December 2013: Outside the Quaker Bubble, Features
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