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Thank you to our sponsors

The Fellowship of Reconciliation is humbled and honored to announce an extraordinarily generous gift from the Kurz Family Foundation to be a Legacy Sponsor of FOR-USA’s upcoming Centennial Celebrations.

Killing Blind

“These are people who had been working hard for months, non-stop for the past week. They had not gone home, they had not seen their families, they had just been working in the hospital to help people… and now they are dead. These people are friends, close friends. I have no words to express this. It is unspeakable.

Learn Your Lessons Well: An Afghan teenager makes up his mind

Tall, lanky, cheerful and confident, Esmatullah easily engages his young students at the Street Kids School, a project of Kabul’s  “Afghan Peace Volunteers,” an antiwar community with a focus on service to the poor.  Esmatullah teaches child laborers to read.

And the winners are...

We are delighted to announce the 2015 Fellowship of Reconciliation USA Peace Award Winners!

Reclaiming the heart of humanity

Imagine the scene:  1893, Chicago.  The World Columbian Exposition is going on—a forerunner of the World’s Fair.  Persons from all over the world are converging on the windy city and to take advantage of this fact, a number of smaller parliaments and congresses are set up.  One of these was the first Parliament of World Religions.  The gathering included Protestant, Cat

World Food Day:A Renewal of Collective Action

“determined to promote the common welfare by furthering separate and collective action for the purpose of raising levels of nutrition and standards of living”  Preamble of the  Food and Agriculture Organization Constitution

FOR on the Road - October 2015

FOR staff and National Council members are on the road this month, organizing with grassroots activists for nonviolent social change.

#Enough! We can respond to the tears of Kunduz refugee, Abdul Fatah

Kabul, Afghanistan - We live in a World at War, and as fellow human beings, what can we do for refugees like 45-year-old Abdul Fatah, who has been crying lately, who doesn’t have a home in his own home?

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85-mile March to End Executions

Today we awoke to the heartbreaking news of the execution last night of Kelly Gissendaner by the State of Georgia. [Ed. Note: This op-ed was originally distributed by email on Wednesday, Sept.