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Our Drop in the Wave of Liberation

This summer I had the honor of co-presenting the Growing Diverse Leadership report at Baltimore Yearly Meeting (BYM) annual sessions. Alison Duncan, our committee clerk, opened our report by sharing an overview of our committee’s work to answer our charge to “discern how BYM’s committees and local meetings could work together to be more inclusive and to encourage and sustain participation of younger Friends.” After🔒

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Lauren Brownlee is a member of Bethesda (Md.) Meeting and serves on the Peace and Social Concerns Committee and Growing Diverse Leadership Committee of Baltimore Yearly Meeting. She is a member of Sandy Spring Friends School’s board of trustees, the DC Peace Team, and the Quaker Palestine–Israel Network.


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