News, September 2016

Friends at Gathering call for a more racially conscious and inclusive FGC In a petition circulated at the Friends General Conference Gathering held July 3–8, Friends named the existence of white supremacist culture within the FGC organization and called for FGC to change the racial makeup of decision‐making structures and to undergo an institutional audit to fully explore and address these concerns. The events that prompted the petition began before the start of the Gathering during a pre‐conference for Friends of color that was hosted by FGC. For the past few years, FGC’s🔒

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