An interview with Friends involved with group working toward justice reform.
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The Q&A with MAJR was conducted by Friends Journal associate editor Gail Whiffen Coyle.Posted in: December 2015: Economic Justice and Poverty, Q&A
This is an extended version of a Q&A that appeared in the September 2014 issue.
A condensed version of this interview appeared in the September 2014 issue of Friends Journal.Posted in: Q&A, September 2014
An interview with FWCC’s Robin Mohr
Robin Mohr is executive secretary of Friends World Committee for Consultation-Section of the Americas, located online at fwccamericas.org. Their website VoicesofFriends.org has resources for both new seekers and long-time Friends.Posted in: May 2013: Focus on the Arts, Q&A
Rabbi Michael Lerner is editor of Tikkun magazine, rabbi of Beyt Tikkun synagogue in San Francisco and Berkeley, Calif., and […]
Rabbi Lerner welcomes personal contact from those interested in getting involved with the Network of Spiritual Progressives at [email protected]Posted in: April 2013: Conflict and Eldering, Q&A
In the 1970s, the sexual revolution was challenging traditional sexual values and I was invited to develop full‐year psychology and […]
Peggy Brick, M.Ed., has been a sexuality educator for over 40 years, first as high school teacher, then as director of education at a Planned Parenthood in Bergen County, N.J., and now as an educational consultant specializing in sexuality across the lifespan. She teaches a course at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, is the founder and past-president of the Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University (www.sexualityandaging.com) and the co-author of numerous articles and teaching manuals including Positive Images: Teaching about Abstinence, Contraception and Sexual Health; Unequal Partners: Teaching about Power and Consent in Adult-Teen and Other Relationships; and Older, Wiser, Sexually Smarter: 30 Sex Ed Lessons for Adults Only.Posted in: March 2013: Sexuality, Q&A
To someone who is not familiar with the controversy in Indiana Yearly Meeting, what would be your synopsis of the […]
Thomas Hamm is professor of history and director of special collections at Earlham College. A lifelong member of First Friends Meeting in New Castle, Indiana, he has served as recording clerk and a member of the executive committee of Indiana Yearly Meeting, and was co-clerk of the Reconfiguration Task Force of Indiana Yearly Meeting.
He has written or edited a number of works on Quaker history, most recently Quaker Writings, 1650-1920, published by Penguin Classics in 2011.Posted in: February 2013, Q&A
Never Having Set Foot in the Meetinghouse by Yohannes “Knowledge” Johnson
What Does the Outside Say? by Brad Stocker
Faces of Addiction by Eric K. Hatch
Faithful Action on Climate Change by Lynn Fitz‐Hugh
Experiments with Worship by Elizabeth Claggett‐Borne
Holding Unite the Right to the Light by Debby Churchman