When Quakers say we want to work for peace, does that just mean a lack of war? Or is it something greater?
Quaker icon John Woolman balanced activism with an inward contemplative spirituality. Michael Birkel, Professor of Christian Spirituality at Earlham School of Religion, shares more.
Jennie Isbell explores her journey from skepticism into activism.
Whether it’s world peace, climate change, poverty, or justice, Ruth Flower has lobbied Congress about it. And she wants you to become a lobbyist, too.
QuakerSpeak explores Friends’ perspectives on immigration, reframing the common notion that “we have an immigration problem.”
For 18 years, Lon Burnam was a member of the Texas House of Representatives. He is also an active Quaker and a pacifist.
The way we teach civics matters. In this week’s video, Carolina Friends School teacher Randall Williams shows how Quaker School teachers can engage students by showing civics in action.
The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world, with over 2.4 million people currently behind bars. What can Quakers do about it?
Massachusetts Quaker Jay O’Hara felt led to blockade a 40,000-ton coal shipment with a tiny lobster boat. What happened next might surprise you.
Why do Quakers care about Israel-Palestine? Jewish, Palestinian, and Quaker voices come together to explore this question.