New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Justice

by Minga Claggett-Borne, Friends Meeting at Cambridge FOR THREE OF US going down into the trench built by Spectra Gas in West Roxbury, Mass...
The 2015 Sunday afternoon plenary featured a panel Friends from our Yearly Meeting speaking about their experiences of covenant community...
A Racial Justice Curriculum for Young Friends is a 10-lesson curriculum helping high school-aged Friends to grapple with racial justice...
This is a growing collection of individual lessons lovingly crafted by Friends in New England and sometimes beyond. Take inspiration and...
We as New England Yearly Meeting repudiate the Doctrine of Discovery. We are beginning a journey to consider the moral and spiritual implications of how we benefit from and have been harmed by the doctrine as individuals and meetings.
The Committee on Peace and Social Concerns presented two recommendations. The Meeting approved referral to the Permanent Board of the...
[Peace and Social Concerns] . . . It has been brought to our attention several times that no reference to capital punishment is made in our...
A report of the work of the Associated Executive Committee of Friends on Indian Affairs was given by Marion Kelsey, who especially...
George Bliss provided much valuable background on the history and problems facing two Indian tribes in Maine with which the Service...
“Harold N. Burnham asked what activities in Quaker schools tend to foster the interest in peace and inter­national relations, also in the...

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