Occupy Your Spirit: Quakers and Occupy Philadelphia

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With Occupy movements sweeping the country and rocking the city of Philadelphia to its core, I set out to investigate how Quakers are getting involved with this national call for social change.  How are we supporting this movement?  What unique gifts do we have to share?  What are we learning from the Occupy Movement?  And, perhaps most importantly, what will this mean for the future of Quaker social action?  

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Comment by Sharon Gunther on 10th mo. 25, 2011 at 8:58am

This is just fantastic, thank you for being faithful to your gift of witness and sharing.

I have sent out the link to both quakerquaker and your podcast widely to Friends in the U.S.

Hoping that truths travel well.

Comment by Friend Speaks My Mind on 10th mo. 25, 2011 at 2:14pm
Thanks for your kind words, Sharon.  It was nice to see you at the Interfaith Committee meeting this afternoon.  Perhaps we will meet again out at Pendle Hill....
Comment by Aunt Pritty on 10th mo. 26, 2011 at 9:16pm

Good job Madeline.  again.

really , really, good.

 

 

Comment by Lisa George on 10th mo. 27, 2011 at 11:54am
Thank you for the podcast.  I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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