Edited by Jesmyn Ward. Scribner, 2016. 240 pages. $25/hardcover; $16/paperback; $12.99/eBook. [Buy on Quakerbooks] In his book The Fire Next Time, […]
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Greg Williams is a member of Beacon Hill Meeting in Boston, Mass. (New England Yearly Meeting). Greg is working around in-reach and outreach relating to racial justice concerns. He recently received a Legacy Grant from NEYM to address this concern.
Posted in: March 2017 Books, Quaker Book Reviews, Race and Anti-Racism
Fetishization of biblical passages I was glad to see David Zarembka’s letter about African Friends in your February issue. I […]
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Lucretia, I wish I had known you! For twenty years I’ve helped tend the grave of Quaker abolitionist and women’s […]
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Peace on Earth: Poems and Prayers for Peace By Sophie Piper. Illustrated by Giuliano Ferri. Lion UK, 2011. 48 pages. $9.99/Hardcover. […]
Quakerism was not my first choice. When I was 17 and decided to visit some churches, I originally thought the Unitarian […]
Julia Wise wrote this article in 2007 while living and working at Pendle Hill. She is now a social work student and attends Fresh Pond Meeting in Cambridge, Ma.
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As I sit down to write this Christmas  newsletter, I cannot help but reflect on last Christmas, which I […]
Maia Carter, a member of Friendship Meeting in Greensboro, N.C., is living in Amman, Jordan.
Posted in: Features, March 2001
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