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We constantly advocate for more coverage of nonviolent protests and peace building. But there's a good and bad way to do everything, as the excellent analysts at...
Dr. Amanda Kemp is the Visiting Scholar in Africana Studies at Franklin & Marshall College, and is currently touring a performance project...
(Above photo, from left: Nia Eubanks-Dixon (AFSC), Dustin Washington (AFSC), Andrea (Seattle YUIR), Mike Brown Sr., and Jaquis (St. Louis YUIR) at the St. Louis Freedom School in February 2016.) Note...
Sarah Willie-LeBreton is a Black Quaker who teaches Sociology at Swarthmore College. This piece connects past and present, self and community, and Spirit and action in an exploration of Black Lives...
These are revolutionary times. All over the globe men [sic] are revolting against old systems of exploitation and oppression, and out of the wounds of a frail world, new systems of justice and...
Denise Altvater is a Passamaquoddy Tribal citizen and coordinator of AFSC's Wabanaki Youth Program in Maine. In 1978, the Indian...
This is a sermon I preached on January 3 in Topeka. It was an experience. Let me just say that Kansas is still bleeding. I didn’t expect to be preaching at a church that Westboro Baptist pickets,...
“Donald Trump doesn't scare me. He is another branch of a tree rooted in white supremacy. It grows, however, because the ground is fertile. That's what scares me.” – Joshua Saleem, AFSC Peace...
“What are you going to do about this white God that demands Black and Brown blood?” - Reverend Jennifer Bailey With...
Learning from lives that inspire Let Your Life Speak is a project of AFSC Friends Relations. Quakers have an incredible history and legacy of action and service work, and that work continues to be...
If you are a student of Christian theology, the concept of “already, but not yet” might be a familiar one. I first heard it in a class on the New Testament during my (very) brief time at Earlham...
White Quaker singer-songwriter Sandy Robson reflects on fear and how it operates to maintain segregation and racial oppression in this...
A white person attending the Bernie Sanders' rally in Seattle last week probably understood what was happening as an unwelcome, uninvited interruption of Bernie’s attempts to speak on social programs...
Though this piece, an exploration of working within an anti-racist framework in all work against oppression, but particularly in the movement to end the occupaton of Palestinian territory, is a...
“I don’t believe slavery ended in 1865, I believe it just evolved.” – Bryan...

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