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Quakers, Culture, and the Transforming Power of Love

Four examples of nonviolence in action. Profiles of Edward Coxere, Joseph Ritter, Anthony Benezet, and Bayard Rustin.

Ellen M. Ross, president of Friends Historical Association, is associate professor and chair of religion, and member of the peace and conflict studies committee at Swarthmore College. She is a member of Swarthmore (Pa.) Meeting.

Posted in: January 2013: Privilege
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The Solace of History: Reflections on Quakers and the Environment

Sometimes I feel painfully out‐of‐step with the world around me. Perhaps I’d have fit in better in some other era, […]

Ellen M. Ross, president of the Friends Historical Association, is associate professor and chair of religion at Swarthmore College. She is a member of Swarthmore (Pa.) Meeting. Academic citations for this article can be found on the Friends Journal website.

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A Christian Vision of the Earth

We are by nature Earth creatures, lifted from the mud of the ground and stirred to life by the breath […]

Ellen M. Ross, who attends Swarthmore (Pa.) Meeting, is associate professor of Religion at Swarthmore College. She is the author of The Grief of God: Images of the Suffering Jesus in Late Medieval England.

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Among Friends: The Ultimate Privilege: How Shall We Use It?

The Ultimate Privilege: How Shall We Use It?

Gabriel Ehri is executive director of Friends Journal

Posted in: Among Friends, January 2013: Privilege
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Concerning Economic Policy and Friends Testimonies: An Open Letter

Pendle Hill Wallingford, Pa., USA Third First Day, Sixth Month, 2003 To Friends Everywhere, We greet you as 29 individuals, […]

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