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Bridget Moix is a member of Friends Meeting of Washington (D.C.) and serves as the clerk of FCNL’s General Committee. She has worked for more than two decades on international peace and conflict issues with a focus on U.S. foreign policy.
Posted in: Features, September 2018
Culp—David Marshall Culp Jr., on February 6, 2017, in his apartment on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. David was born […]
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Beth Henricks is a member of Western Yearly Meeting and Indianapolis First Friends Meeting (Ind.), where she also serves as director of Christian Education and Family Ministries. Beth is a long-serving member of FCNL's governance and clerk of the capital campaign committee. Beth is a divinity student at Earlham School of Religion.
Posted in: August 2016: Quaker Spaces, Features
A Friend finds new confidence in her voice as a citizen. 🔒 Friends Journal Member? Sign in here! Not an […]
Joey Hartmann-Dow is an artist and activist living in Philadelphia, Pa. She is an organizer with FCNL's Advocacy Corps, bringing community members together to communicate with members of Congress about the urgent need for bipartisan climate action. Joey is a member of Lehigh Valley Meeting in Bethlehem, Pa. Follow her work for climate change at earth4president.tumblr.com.
Posted in: Features, January 2016: Quakers and the Political Process
Quaker house on Capitol Hill at risk; Quaker student leaders gather; Quaker‐founded peace awards project honors students; Friends school to […]
As I look back over FCNL’s first 50 years, the past, the present, and the future merge, separate, and reconnect. […]
Ed Snyder, FCNL's executive secretary emeritus, completed 35 years with FCNL in 1990. He and his wife, Bonnie, now life in Bar Harbor in his home state of Maine, where they are members of Acadia Friends Meeting. He is clerk of the newly formed Friends Committee on Maine Public Policy.
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To Imagine Change through Many Voices by Detmer Kremer
The Light Will Rip You Up by Caroline Morris
Genesis by John A. Minahan
Jesse Stuart’s The Thread That Runs So True by Robert Stephen Dicken