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Student Voices Project 2019 Participants

Thank you to all of the 237 participants of the 6th annual Student Voices Project!

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May Milestones 2012

Ackerman鈥擠orothy Hopkirk Ackerman, 90, on March 10, 2011, at home in Minneapolis, Minn. Dorothy was born on October 23, 1920, [鈥

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Let鈥檚 Be Salt

Learning, teaching, and practicing the extraordinary power of nonviolence.

A former peace studies teacher at Pendle Hill center in Wallingford, Pa., Daniel O. Snyder is now a pastoral counselor in Black Mountain, N.C. He is the author of the Pendle Hill pamphlet Quaker Witness as Sacrament. He is a member of Swannanoa Valley Meeting in Black Mountain.

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New Year鈥檚 top five: The most popular articles of 2017

We鈥檝e been sharing our most鈥恟ead articles of 2017 on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the full list. #5 Mystical Experience, the [鈥

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Among Friends: Is Conscience Coming Back in Style?

Our introduction to the October 2017 issue.

Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal:聽[email protected]

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Seekers and Shooters: A Quaker Photojournalist Reflects on Witnessing

By the time I graduated from college, I had burned out as an activist. I鈥檇 spent years telling people, stridently, [鈥

Michael Forster Rothbart, a member of Ann Arbor (Mich.) Meeting, currently attends Butternuts Meeting in Oneonta, N.Y. He recently returned from two years in Chernobyl on a Fulbright Fellowship to photograph and interview people who still live near the site of the nuclear disaster. His photographs are traveling on exhibit; see http://www.afterchernobyl.com for details.

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