Quaker Faith in Justice Reform

“With more than a decade of experience with policy, I’ve learned how disappointing it can be to put your faith in institutions and parties,” says José Santos Woss. Spiritual faith, by contrast, has inspired and motivated his work as the Friends Committee on National Legislation’s director for Justice Reform.

“Quakerism really is life breathing into faith and faith breathing into life,” José explains. “It guides and informs so much of what I do and I find it such a powerfully simple and strong theology to live by.”

3 thoughts on “Quaker Faith in Justice Reform

  1. You presented a clear case of the cause and the effects on people’s lives of systematic racism.
    I’m hopeful that someday we will see the social solutions you mentioned in action across America.
    Thank you.

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