Forum November 2017

Nonviolent responses to Charlottesville I was very impressed by the brave actions of Friends from Charlottesville, Va. (“Charlottesville Quakers and the Ongoing Stand against White Nationalists” by Isaac Barnes May, FJ Sept. online). As someone who has been a Friend for 55 years, I have been concerned about the lack of discussion about a nonviolent response to the incident there. Since I wasn’t in the city, I felt I had no right to ask for a nonviolent response, but local Friends carried it out. Thank you. Margery Cornwell Brooklyn, N.Y.   Recognizing that of God🔒

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