• Adelaide Solomon Jordan

The Religious Society of Friends work for inclusion and Anti-Racism

The Religious Society of Friends is popularly known as Quakers. The Society publishes a journal, Friends Journal. Many contributions come from local Quaker gatherings (called meetings). Many have to do with the work of local meetings.

The work of local meetings is often related to building an inclusive non racist meeting. This article addresses that there is much left to do.

All photos: Black Lives Matter Protest, Washington, D.C., June 6, 2020. Photos by Eric Bondand/FCNL. Taken from the Friends Journal Website below.

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