Many Quakers feel called to action, but are unable to bring their ideas to fruition. Learn how five young adult Friends were able to make their leadings a reality. Is QuakerSpeak worth $1 a video?
2019 has been an epic year for QuakerSpeak! This year we’ve covered some ambitious topics, posted 32 videos, and passed 2.7 million views. This week, we are taking a look back at 2019 and counting down the Top 5 videos of the year.
This week, QuakerSpeak director Jon Watts says goodbye to the project. Thank you, Jon, for your hard work and vision over the past 6 years. We’ll miss you, and we’re looking forward to welcoming a new video producer soon!
The Earth is facing unprecedented crises. What are Quakers doing about it?
As a lifelong musician, Anna Fritz has played a lot of gigs. But when she sang in Quaker worship, Friends in her community starting treating her music as something more than performance.
What’s it like to be at the center of a Quaker wedding? We talked with 5 couples about their experience.
Are Quakers Christian? We talked to 11 Quakers from across the United States, and asked about their relationship with Christianity.
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How do people concerned with peace and justice operate in times of intense polarization? According to Quaker author and activist George Lakey, it’s a moment of tremendous opportunity.
“A (very) brief history of Quakers” was created at a Young Friends lock-in in Richmond, Virginia. With over 100,000 views on YouTube, it’s one of the most popular Quaker videos ever produced. Here’s how it happened.