Quaker professor George Lakey’s 8 nonviolent strategies to respond to terrorism piqued the Pentagon’s interest. Learn what happened next.
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.
Kody Hersh lifts up the Jesus who stood with those on the margins of society.
How does Quaker Meeting compare to other Christian services? Quaker author and scholar Ben Pink Dandelion explores this question.
Why Quakers are called Quakers: the name “Quaker” was originally intended as an insult, until the Religious Society of Friends took it on and claimed it for themselves.
A guide for newcomers on what they can expect in Quaker Meeting for Worship on Sunday morning.
Scott Holmes, a Quaker lawyer from Durham North Carolina, felt led to stop wearing a tie in the courtroom. This is his story of exploring that leading and its implications.
“You’re a Quaker? You mean, like, Amish?” It’s something every Quaker has heard. Max Carter educates us on the differences between the two.
When these four Earlham College students were standing in line for hot dogs, one of them cracked a joke about something being a “Quaker Problem”. Little did they know it would become a full-on international Quaker meme within the course of weeks.
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