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Sharon Ann Holt began attending Trenton (N.J.) Meeting upon moving to the city in 2012, having absorbed some Quaker spirit in her three years as director of the Sandy Spring Museum in Maryland. She teaches history and public history at Penn State Abington and enjoys using her professional abilities to serve the meeting.
Posted in: June/July 2015: Activists vs Mystics vs Pragmatists, Life in the Meeting
A jailed Quaker chronicles the stories behind the bars of mass incarceration. Includes video author interview.
Joseph Olejak is an attender at Old Chatham (N.Y.) Meeting. He discovered Quaker principles when he met his long-time friend Peter Miles at age 16 while hiking in Copake Falls, N.Y. Peter taught English at George School and introduced him to the work of Kurt Vonnegut. Joseph is a chiropractor by training.
Posted in: Features, March 2015
A sober look at the modern day slavery that fuels our consumerism. Includes author video chat.
Jack Ciancio, is a member of Ararat (N.C.) Meeting, clerk of the Peace and Social Issues Committee of the North Carolina Yearly Meeting (FUM), Friends Committee on National Legislation General Committee member, president of Solutions4Peace Ministries (Solutions4peace.com), and a hospice volunteer and bereavement counselor.
Posted in: Features, March 2015
Quaker house on Capitol Hill at risk; Quaker student leaders gather; Quaker‐founded peace awards project honors students; Friends school to […]
Discernment: Living Under Divine Guidance North Carolina Yearly Meeting (Conservative), Journal (number 6), 2012. 62 pages. Free download at www.ncymc.org/journal. Reviewed […]
To someone who is not familiar with the controversy in Indiana Yearly Meeting, what would be your synopsis of the […]
Thomas Hamm is professor of history and director of special collections at Earlham College. A lifelong member of First Friends Meeting in New Castle, Indiana, he has served as recording clerk and a member of the executive committee of Indiana Yearly Meeting, and was co-clerk of the Reconfiguration Task Force of Indiana Yearly Meeting.
He has written or edited a number of works on Quaker history, most recently Quaker Writings, 1650-1920, published by Penguin Classics in 2011.
Posted in: February 2013, Q&A
Indiana Yearly Meeting is continuing to head toward schism. Friends Journal last covered this in our June/July issue with a […]
As Quakers, how do we respond to the continuous news about gun violence? How do we show that peace is […]
Deep moral issues exist within the topic of food, whether we are talking about the devastation being laid on creation […]
Posted in: Features
The first time I ever had arugula was in the Willoughby’s kitchen. Somehow or other there is always food in […]
Fox Hut by Cameron McWhirter
Surprised by Joy by Kat Griffith
Bearing False Witness by Andrew Huff
Paying as Led by Molly Wingate
Eleven Steps toward an Enduring World by Robert Dockhorn
Asylum Seekers Need Action, Not Apathy by Janice Pulliam
Why I Got Arrested at the Border by Lucy Duncan
Court Watch by Helen Fox