Meg Hodgkin Lippert in Friends Journal

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Who Was Joy Hodgkin?

When my grandfather, Henry Hodgkin, migrated from England in 1930 to be the first director of studies at Pendle Hill, […]

Margaret (Meg) Hodgkin Lippert is the granddaughter of Henry and Joy Hodgkin. Meg was born a Friend and is currently a member of South Seattle (Wash.) Meeting. A former classroom teacher and author of over 20 books of multicultural folktales, she currently teaches storytelling for Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass., and works with high school youth in Seattle. Her website is http://www.storypower.net.

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Moving On

By the time you receive this issue, I will have retired as senior editor. It was 12 years ago that […]

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This is a little thank you to Caroline Brown (“The Last Few Miles,” FJ Oct.). The paragraph on reading and […]

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Posted in: December 2013: Outside the Quaker Bubble, Forum
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A Laboratory for Community

My first recollection of hearing about Pendle Hill, the Quaker study center near Wallingford, Pa., was from the spoken ministry […]

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A Weekend Workcamp

Remembering a transformative youth service experience.

George Kurz is a retired ophthalmologist who practiced in New Jersey and was a clinical professor of ophthalmology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He also taught in Africa, China, Ecuador, and the Philippines. He and his wife Elisabeth live at Pennswood Village, a Quaker retirement community in Pennsylvania.

Posted in: October 2013: On Aging
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