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Vignettes of an Antiwar Vet

Introduction I have written these vignettes for Susan, the little girl I had to leave behind when I went to […]

Lyle Tatum, a member of Haddonfield (N.J.) Meeting, held a variety of posts with American Friends Service Committee between 1956 and 1983, including: executive secretary of the Middle Atlantic Region, 1956-60; International Affairs Representative in Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), 1960-64; secretary for the Peace Education Division, 1972-75; AFSC special representative to the Constitutional Conference on Rhodesia in London, 1979; and executive secretary of the Dayton, Ohio, Regional Office, 1981-83.

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Walking the Walk: Ian Fritz

Protest in Skokie In 2000, Ian Fritz, a member of Milwaukee (Wis.) Meeting, experienced a life‐changing event. On Decem‐ber 16, […]

Breeze E. Luetke-Stahlman, a member of Penn Valley Meeting in Kansas City, Mo., attends 57th Street Meeting in Chicago, Ill., where she is a graduate student in Public Policy at University of Chicago. This is second in a series of articles by her on the lives of adult young Friends.

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Welcome to Newcomers

Although I grew up with Quaker neighbors next door who were close family friends (and relatives who’d joined Friends), and […]

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Freedom and Responsibility

I didn’t realize that blue hair would be such a problem. It was the campers’ hair, not mine after all. […]

Tristan Wilson is a member of Chester (Pa.) Meeting.

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A Focus on the Present

This month’s lineup of articles has me quite excited for a variety of reasons. “The Faces of ‘Collateral Damage’ ” (p. […]

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Justice and Respect for People with Mental Illnesses

Lying in an emergency room in 1983, I entered into a hospital stay for mental illness that respected neither my […]

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Inside

The muted colors of stone, the horizontal lines of the walls, and the straight walkways are calming as I pass […]

Mary Grace Larsen is a member of Montclair (N.J.) Meeting. © 2002 Mary Grace Larsen

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Sisters‐in‐Detention: Notes from behind the Walls

I have been detained for almost two years in a county prison, awaiting my trial. There are many reasons for […]

Robyn Maloney-George is an Episcopalian whose sons attend Frankford Friends School in Philadelphia. A wife and mother of three who ran a family daycare program, she was charged with first-degree murder in 2000 in the death of a two-year-old foster child in her care, Markia Lockman. The girl apparently suffered a fatal seizure, which the prosecution argued was caused by a beating. The defense testified that the girl's injuries could have resulted from efforts to save her life. Threatened with the death penalty, the author spent two years in prison before her acquittal on May 9, 2002. This article was written while she was incarcerated.

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Mercy Denied, Mercy Shown

It all started with a letter—an invitation from the Respect for Life Committee of St. Dismas Parish, within the Delaware […]

Sally Milbury-Steen, a member of Newark (Del.) Meeting, is the executive director of Pacem in Terris in Wilmington, Del. and a co-founder of DE Citizens Opposed to the Death Penalty.

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The Clemency Project

What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with […]

Jane Cadwallader Keller is a member of Pennsdale (Pa.) Meeting and clerk of the Clemency Project Working Group of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. She works as an administrator and teacher at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pa. For further information about the Clemency Project, contact Arthur W. Clark, 1515 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, (215) 241-7232, or Jane Keller, Box 167, Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA 17701, (570) 321-4392.

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