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Quaker Education in Bolivia

The special October 2010 issue of FRIENDS JOURNAL on Friends and Education focuses usefully on Quaker schools in the United […]

Newton Garver is a member of Buffalo (N.Y.) Meeting.

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Fit for Freedom: A Conversation with the Co‐ Authors

Fit for Freedom, Not for Friendship: Quakers, African Americans and the Myth of Racial Justice By Donna McDaniel and Vanessa […]

Richard K. Taylor served on Philadelphia Yearly Meeting's Race Relations Committee and worked in an AFSC program to overcome racism in housing. In 1963, he founded and directed the Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley. In the late 1960s, he was named to the staff of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Southern Christian Leadership Conference. More recently, he and a colleague of African American descent led a six-year "racial healing process" in Germantown's St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.

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A Time of Renewal

At the time of this writing, Susan Corson‐Finnerty is off getting some vacation and supporting far‐flung family members, and she […]

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Asking for Money for the Monthly Meeting

Recently I attended a Unitarian Universalist Sunday service in Montreal, where the congregation was in the midst of their annual […]

Caroline Balderston Parry is a member of Ottawa Meeting in Canada.

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The Friends General Conference sweat lodge and related issues: a statement

The Indian Committee of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting welcomes the extended dialogue concerning the Quaker sweat lodges at Friends General Conference […]

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Epiphany

Now that the seasonal Epiphany is behind us for another calendar year, it is interesting to think of the meaning […]

Claire Gerber lives in Port Republic, N.J.

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