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Alternatives to Violence Project: An Interview with Steve Angell

Stephen L. Angell was an early participant and continues to be active in the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP), a [鈥

Bob Dockhorn is senior editor of F<span class="fj_smallcaps">riends</span> J<span class="fj_smallcaps">ournal</span>.
Photograph at top: courtesy of Bob Barns. All others courtesy of Stephen Angell.

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AVP: An Interview with Steve Angell

Stephen L. Angell was an early participant and continues to be active in the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP), a [鈥

Robert Dockhorn is senior editor of Friends Journal.

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News May 2019

Friends dual鈥恖anguage immersion school; Matthew Hisrich named ESR dean.

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My Path to Quaker House

A place of peace in a military city.

Lynn Newsome was an art teacher for 34 years. Growing up the child of Northerners transplanted to the segregated South, she recognized early on the need to stand up for the rights of others. Her Quaker home is now Fayetteville (N.C.) Meeting.

Posted in: Features, January 2014: Finding a Path
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The Nature of God

Where does the concept of God come from? We humans, as a sentient, introspective, inquisitive species, seek out answers to [鈥

Steve Angell, a member of Kendal Meeting in Kennett Square, Pa., has been involved with Alternatives to Violence Project for over 30 years.

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Grace Kyoko Noda

Noda鈥擥race Kyoko Noda, 98, on March 14, 2018, at her home in Davis, Calif., peacefully. Grace was born on January [鈥

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Books November 2014

Quaker book reviews

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鈥淟eadings鈥 For Nontheistic Friends?

When I speak of being led or feeling called to act in some way, do my words commit me to [鈥

Steve Smith, a member of Claremont (Calif.) Meeting, is a retired professor of Philosophy. He has written several pamphlets and articles on Quaker topics, leads workshops at Pendle Hill and elsewhere, and is scheduled to be the 2011 speaker at the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology.

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Quaker Works October 2016

A semiannual feature highlighting the recent works of Quaker organizations.

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Milestones, January 2016

Marriages, births, and deaths.

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