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Acting in Faith Newsletters

Acting in Faith Newsletters

Don't forget to read the Acting in Faith Blog and sign up to recieve the Acting in Faith newsletter. Here are past issues.

 

December, 2015: On Trump, fear, and uprooting the tree of white supremacy

November, 2015: On Paris, Beirut, and Burundi: Responding when the whole world hurts

October, 2015: Toshi Reagon & Octavia Butler: Sowing seeds of change

September, 2015: How, then, shall we live?

June, 2015: On Charleston: Can we answer forgiveness with repentance?

May, 2015: "Justice is what love looks like in public."

Apirl, 2015: Martin Luther King, Jr. and imaginal cells

March, 2015: Chaos or community?

February, 2015: An ocean of light

January, 2015: Hidden wholeness: Stepping into faith to undo racism

December 2014: #BlackLivesMatter: From moment to movement

November 2014: Who Gets Policed and Why? 

October 2014: Help Bring Sombath Home 

October 2014: Love Wins 

September 2014: Built for Healing 

July 2014: Four Little Boys in Gaza 

June 2014: Honoring the Elders

May 2014:  Monument or Movement?

April 2014:  Endless war or a shift in priorities?

March 2014:  Can we be active mystics?

January 2014:  What is the core of Quaker faith?

November 2013:  Nothing about us without us

August 2013: Activism in the meetinghouse 

August 2013: Realize the dream

July 2013: A prayer for Trayvon Martin

July 2013: None of us is safe until all of us are safe

June 2013: Keeping families together

April 2013: What the dead might ask of us

February 2013:  Weaving new realities

December 2012:  Love all the children

November 2012:  Taking the Risks of Love

October 2012:  The Spiritual Energy of Being an Ally

September 2012:  Defending Free Speech for those labeled "Other"

August 2012:  Spirit-Led Activism

June 2012:  A Common Quaker Project

April 2012:  Ain't Gonna Study War No More

February, 2012:  The Quality of Light

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