The Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA joins individuals, faith communities, organizations and nations around the world in decrying and mourning this latest display of the violence that permeates our globe.
22 November, 2015 - On the one year anniversary of the police shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice, the Reverend Osagyefo Sekou sent courage and support to his family and the many who side with justice converging on Cleveland, rallying in their home towns and demanding justice from Mizzou to Minneapolis.
Our records show that November 11th and 12th, 1915, is when the conference took place in Garden City, Long Island that birthed the United States branch of the Fellowship of Reconciliation — FOR-USA is officially 100 years old today!
We have a choice on Wednesday, Nov. 11. We can recognize the day as Veterans Day or Armistice Day.
If we wish to recognize Veterans Day — a day of sales in stores and restaurants, a day that shows off military displays that glorify war and gives lip service to men and women that served, many changed forever — then so be it.
FOR staff and National Council members are on the road this month, organizing with grassroots activists for nonviolent social change.
As we gather this November to celebrate our centennial, we want to honor our multifaith heritage and our spiritual growth as an organization. And we want you to be there!
The Houser family and the Fellowship of Reconciliation warmly welcome you to attend a celebration of the life of beloved husband, father, friend to all, and legendary peace activist, George Houser. There will be two celebrations - one on the west coast in Santa Rosa, CA, an
The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR USA), founded in 1915, is the oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in North America. With chapters and national staff located throughout the United States and headquarters in Nyack, N.Y., FOR-USA is part of an international FOR network with branches in more than 40 countries.
Following Monday’s day of mass civil disobedience across the St. Louis area resulting in more than 160 arrests as part of the United We Fight anniversary weekend, the year-long resistance sparked by the murder of Michael Brown Jr remains alive and well.