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Our Hearts Are Full of Ferguson ~ Linda E Kelly

My skin is buff-colored, though I’m called white. I grew up in a small town in Connecticut where most everyone was called white. The first people I met with dark skin called black were the ten or twelve children bused in from Hartford to attend our elementary school. My mother sponsored one of the girls.

Our Hearts Are Full of Ferguson: Reflections on the Weekend of Resistance

As FOR staff, national council members, local chapter leadership, and others join with thousands of people from across the country to support local residents, activists and clergy organizing a series of protests, rallies and events entitled, Ferguson October: A Weekend of Resistance,we’d like to share thoughts and reflection

Moral Mondays leader to receive FOR MLK Award this weekend

This Sunday, Oct. 5 in Durham, North Carolina, Reverend Doctor William J. Barber II will be presented with the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s 2014 Martin Luther King, Jr. Award.

Join a nationwide conversation on Troy Davis and the death penalty

On September 21, 2011 Troy Davis was put to death by the State of Georgia, despite compelling evidence of his innocence. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world protested his execution, making Davis one of the most high-profile death row inmates in American history.

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Sowing the seeds of racial justice and reconciliation

At the Fellowship of Reconciliation, a cornerstone of our mission is seeking an end to militarization, violence, and the root causes of violence.

ACT NOW: Freedom of speech at the SOA Watch is being threatened

For nearly 25 years, thousands of human rights activists have gathered every November for a vigil at the main gate of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, formerly known as the US Army School of the Americas — SOA — located at Fort Benning near Columbus, Georgia.

Renewing the Covenant by Victoria Furio

When we see the water ─that most sacred of elements─ disappear from rivers and streams

Global Solidarity Fast for Peace – Palestine/Israel

We mourn the dramatically escalating violence in Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank, and the resistance of political extemists to international calls for a ceasefire. More than 170 Palestinians have died in Gaza in the past week alone, and Israelis are hiding in air-raid shelters throughout the south.

A statement of solidarity with the peoples of Iraq and Syria

The people of Iraq and Syria have suffered beyond what many of us could ever comprehend. We acknowledge our deep complicity in and relationship to the brutal violence devastating their homelands. Our inability to stem the roots of violence at home and abroad is manifested in the bloodshed and oppression wrought upon the Syrian and Iraqi peoples.