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Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal.Posted in: From the Editor's Desk
Edited by Paul Hawken. Penguin Books, 2017. 256 pages. $22/paperback; $13.99/eBook. Beautiful and big, with striking color photographs on every […]
Pamela Haines is a member of Central Philadelphia (Pa.) Meeting.Posted in: January 2019 Books, Quaker Book Reviews, Racially Diverse Society of Friends (January 2019)
By Bruce Birchard. Pendle Hill Pamphlets (number 442), 2016. 32 pages. $7/pamphlet. In this pamphlet, based on a 2011 plenary […]
Marty Grundy is a member of Wellesley (Mass.) Meeting, New England Yearly Meeting.Posted in: August 2017 Books, Quaker Book Reviews, The Art of Dying
Quaker honesty requires us to acknowledge what we are addressing and what we are ignoring.
Robin Mohr has served as executive secretary of the Friends World Committee for Consultation Section of the Americas since 2011. She and her husband, Christopher, are members of Green Street Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., and have two sons, now in high school and college.Posted in: Crossing Cultures, Features
By Maria Mayo. Fortress Press, 2015. 253 pages. $39/paperback; $22.99/eBook. Here we have a book that draws us into a […]
Brad Sheeks is a member of Central Philadelphia (Pa.) Meeting and enjoying retirement with his wife, Patricia McBee.Posted in: Quaker Book Reviews, September 2016, September 2016 Books
By Laura Apol. Michigan State University Press, 2015. 101 pages. $19.95/paperback; $15.95/eBook. Requiem, Rwanda was a revelation for me: […]
Catherine Wald is a poet and freelance writer whose first chapbook, Distant, Burned-out Stars, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2011. She is a member of Amawalk (N.Y.) Meeting.Posted in: January 2016 Books, January 2016: Quakers and the Political Process, Quaker Book Reviews
The Friends Peace Testimony points out a different approach.
Erik Cleven is a PhD candidate in political science at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. He is a member of Lafayette Meeting in West Lafayette, Ind. Before starting graduate school, he spent many years working with conflict transformation and inter-ethnic dialogue in many different countries. Erik is writing his dissertation about ethnic violence in Kenya and Kosovo. This article is adapted from a plenary speech at the 2012 Friends General Conference Gathering</a>.Posted in: Features, September 2012
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