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Gail Whiffen is the associate editor of Friends Journal. She grew up attending Gwynedd (Pa.) Meeting and participating in Junior and Middle School Friends Conference, a Quaker summer camp organized by Abington Quarterly Meeting. Gail lives in West Philadelphia with her fiancé, Chris.
Posted in: 2014, Features, February 2014
Around the web and within Friends organizations and communities, Quakers are responding to the tragic news of a mass shooting […]
Around the web and within communities of Friends, Quakers are responding to the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial, in […]
Gail Whiffen is Friends Journal's associate editor.
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The libertarian author explains why Quakerism is a logical home for independent views.
Signe Wilkinson is an editorial cartoonist and member of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
Posted in: January 2013: Privilege
While I am honored to be giving the Rufus Jones lecture this evening, by choosing to invite me, Haverford College […]
Signe Wilkinson, Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist for the Philadelphia Daily News, is a member of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
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Review of PAFA’s World War I and American Art
Signe Wilkinson is an editorial cartoonist and a member of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.
Posted in: Arts and Culture, February 2017, Online Features
How did Friends become a plot device in the Pulitzer Prize‐winning author’s latest novel?
Signe Wilkinson is a member of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., even though she reads too many novels and not enough Pendle Hill pamphlets. She is also an editorial cartoonist whose work is syndicated nationally.
Posted in: November 2012: Quaker Books, Writing, and Poetry
Refuting the too‐common myth that Quakers are Amish‐like in our use of technology. Includes audio reading by author.
A.J. Mendoza is a member of West Hills Friends Church in Portland, Ore., and has recently returned home after a year of Quaker Voluntary Service in Atlanta, Ga. He serves on the board of Safety Net, a nonprofit that serves LGBTQ students and alumni of Christian colleges. You can read more of his work at queerquaker.blogspot.com.
Posted in: August 2014, Features
The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI By Betty Medsger. Knopf, 2014. 608 pages. $29.95/hardcover. Reviewed by […]
Friends Journal is published by Friends Publishing Corporation. The mission of the corporation is to communicate Quaker experience in order […]
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