A Friends meeting learns about an invisible racial history right in its own backyard.
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George Schaefer, a licensed clinical social worker, serves Philadelphia Yearly Meeting as its care and aging coordinator. A former clerk of Radnor (Pa.) Meeting, George is a member of Abington (Pa.) Meeting. He lives with his wife Georgette in Glenside, Pa. This article was adapted from a plenary talk at the 2013 Friends General Conference Gathering in Greenley, Colorado.
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