When it comes to engaging with the world, Quakers have a saying: “Let your life speak.” What does that look like for us as citizens concerned about the policies of the federal government? Join FCNL’s powerful advocacy to build a better world.
Young Adult Friends are often transitory and sometimes don’t return to Quakerism. So how can they stay engaged?
What’s it like to make a decision with 180-200 Quakers from all over the country? According to Dorsey Green, “It’s like the whole room shimmers.”
Why do Quakers care about politics? We asked Marge Abbott and Noah Baker Merrill.
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.
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.
Why do these 300 young Quakers care so much about climate change?