The upcoming U.S. Congressional mid‐term elections already have at least seven Quaker candidates for office. How does their Quaker faith […]
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By Dawn G. Marsh. University of Nebraska Press, 2014. 240 pages. $27.95/hardcover; $17.95/paperback or eBook. William Penn’s Peaceable Kingdom is a […]
Neal Burdick is retired as senior writer/editor at St. Lawrence University, where he continues to teach advanced writing. Also a freelance writer and editor, he lives in Canton, N.Y., where he is a member of St. Lawrence Valley Meeting in Potsdam, N.Y., an allowed meeting under the care of Ottawa Meeting in Ontario, Canada.Posted in: June/July 2017 Books, June/July 2017: Reimagining the Quaker Ecosystem
News of Friends, including a Quaker art exhibit in Montana and the FWCC World Plenary in Peru.
Friends in Business.
Jane Mack is chief executive officer of Friends Services for the Aging. She has a master’s in organizational development and leadership and is a member of the Standards for Excellence Committee for the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations. Jane is a member of Middletown Meeting in Lima, Pa.Posted in: Friends in Business, November 2015: Books and Pop Culture
By Phil Noble. NewSouth Books, 2013. 169 pages. $19.95/paperback; $9.99/eBook. In the April 16, 1963 “Letter from Birmingham Jail” Martin […]
David Etheridge is a member of Friends Meeting of Washington (D.C.) and clerk of the Baltimore Yearly Meeting Working Group on Racism.Posted in: August 2015 Books, August 2015: The Effects of War, Quaker Book Reviews
A response to John Coleman’s “When Quaker Process Fails”
Arthur M. Larrabee is the General Secretary of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.Posted in: December 2012: Hospitality, Forum
A look at the ways Quaker institutions have avoided accountability and expertise.
John M. Coleman is an expert on business ethics and institutional governance. He currently serves as chief operating officer of NCI Consulting LLC, and teaches a seminar on corporate governance at Rutgers University. He serves, or has served, in leadership positions on the boards of directors of four Fortune 500 public companies as well as those of many Quaker organizations. He was previously the Senior Vice President – Law and Public Affairs of Campbell Soup Company and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. He is a member of Moorestown (N.J.) Meeting.Posted in: October 2012: Wall Street, Main Street, and Meetinghouse Road
Letting the Higher Power Do It by Anonymous