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Ron McDonald is a member of Memphis (Tenn.) Meeting, frequent writer for Friends Journal, pastoral counselor, musician, and storyteller.Posted in: Features, January 2016: Quakers and the Political Process
Understanding the mechanics of violent culture.
Khary Bekka is a member of the Sing Sing Worship Group at the prison in Ossining, N.Y., where he is serving a 25-year sentence for second-degree murder.Posted in: December 2015: Economic Justice and Poverty, Features
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Around the web and within communities of Friends, Quakers are responding to the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial, in […]
Gail Whiffen is Friends Journal's associate editor.Posted in: Online Features
Around the web, Quakers are responding to the massacre of innocents at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on […]
As Quakers, how do we respond to the continuous news about gun violence? How do we show that peace is […]
The Amish belief in forgiveness serves as a peaceful method for effecting successful negotiations and mediations. It serves the purpose […]
Jonathan Kooker works in New York and Pennsylvania as an Attorney for the Law offices of Perry Novotny, a firm based in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is a 2008 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center and be currently advises clients in the areas of labor, employment, and corporate law as they relate to U. S. immigration. He also handles appeals for the firm and is committed to the furtherance of alternative dispute resolution practice in the litigation system. He is a member of the East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church in Lancaster, Pa., and is currently working to establish a Mennonite Lawyers Association.Posted in: Features
Quakers can advocate for alternatives to the dominant U.S. education paradigm that is based on industrial and military ideals of […]
Thomas B. Farquhar, the head of Westtown School, is a member of Westtown (Pa.) meeting.Posted in: Features, January 2001