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Diversity (Race, Class, Gender, etc.)

Blogs that talk about all the various types of diversity as related to Friends: race, class, age and gender to name a few. Tag: diversity

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Started by N. Jeanne Burns. Last reply by Cotswold Quaker 12th month 29, 2011. 9 Replies

Anyone guess when (what year) this was written by a Quaker?"It is a remarkable circumstance that although the members of our religious society have been so long and so extensively known as the…Continue

Is an opulent gay wedding really progress?

Started by Brad Ogilvie. Last reply by Cotswold Quaker 4th month 19, 2011. 1 Reply

(This is copied from my posting at quakerqueeries.blogspot.com):Last night a friend was telling me that one of his colleagues – a gay man – just proposed to his companion.  With the recent approval…Continue

Tags: Quakers, civil, marriage, rights, gay

Race and HIV

Started by Brad Ogilvie. Last reply by Isabel Penraeth 2nd month 26, 2011. 5 Replies

HIV/AIDS seems to often walk in the crosshairs of many of the inequalities and injustices of society.  I'm not always sure what to do about this.  Over the past few years, there has been an uptick in…Continue

Tags: glbt, Quakers, community, black, HIV

"The gift of being made uncomfortable"

Started by Pam. Last reply by Mary Linda 12th month 26, 2010. 6 Replies

I'm currently reading (just finishing up) Getting Off - Pornography and the End of Masculinity by Robert Jensen.And wanted to share some quotes:"The radical feminist critique asks men to begin a…Continue

Why

Started by N. Jeanne Burns. Last reply by Ron Irvine 9th month 17, 2010. 23 Replies

Why are there more people in the Quaker Book group than in this one? Are more Friends interested in books than in Equality?

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Comment by Forrest Curo on 9th mo. 17, 2010 at 7:25pm
No space there for comments, but feel like thanking John Edminster for his lovely piece linked-to here. ( Beliefs Are to Reason With, Faith is to Die For by John Edminster)
Comment by Blair Forlaw on 2nd mo. 14, 2010 at 11:47am
I recently led an interfaith discussion here in St. Louis on the topic of "Faith and Racial Equality." I put together a hand-out, which is attached here. It includes quotations from several Quakers that illustrate some of our perspectives on this issue. Any suggestions or feedback are welcome. Peace. Blair
Faith and Racial Equality, Feb 2010 handout.pdf
 

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