Kathy Barnhart in Friends Journal

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Viewpoint: Why Quakers should divest from fossil fuels

Our Quaker faith, with its values of peace, stewardship of the Earth, simplicity, and equality points to climate change as […]

Kathy Barnhart lives in Berkeley, Calif.

Posted in: April 2014: Education, Forum
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Listening to Aspen

On a recent fall trip to the Eastern Sierras, I reveled in a week of hiking among the aspen. Lining […]

Kathy Barnhart, a member of Strawberry Creek Meeting in Berkeley, Calif., is a marriage and family therapist and a nature enthusiast.

Posted in: Features
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Stumbling Forward toward Racial Justice among Friends

Two Friends share their stories of growing up in a race‐defined world and how they’ve been led to work for […]

Lucy Duncan serves American Friends Service Committee as director of Friends Relations and is a storyteller and member of Green Street Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa. Noah White is an adjunct professor at Temple University in the College of Public Health. He loves a challenge and the thrill of competition. He also enjoys helping others attain their kinesthetic goals.


Posted in: Features, Race and Anti-Racism
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Forum June/July 2014

Beyond death Beyond the threshold of death is life (“Suicide and the Things We Carry” by C. Wess Daniels, FJ […]

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Forum April 2014

Letters from our readers.

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"Stormy Steptoe" by Kathy Barnhart.

Confessions of a Recovering Quaker Process Junkie

Reflections on how young Friends use Quaker process and suggestions for authentic community.

Zachary Dutton works as the coordinator for Western Quarterly Meeting of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. His article “The Meaning of Nonviolence” was recently published in Quaker Studies. He blogs at Theliberalquaker.wordpress.com. He is a member of Wilmington (Del.) Meeting, and he lives in West Philadelphia with his partner and two imaginary dogs.

Posted in: Features, January 2014: Finding a Path
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