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September 20, 2023 — The Fellowship of Reconciliation expresses its full solidarity with the UAW’s struggle for a contract that guarantees better pay, better hours, better work conditions, and job security for auto workers. Clergyman and former FOR executive director
As the Holy Quran, Surah 5 verse 32, teaches: “Whoever kills one person, it is as if they killed all of humanity” and as the various holy books declare “to save a life is to save the world entire.” Long
The Fellowship of Reconciliation is the oldest interfaith peace and justice organization in the U.S. and part of a global network of 50 branches, groups, and affiliates, with a national base of more than 80 chapters, faith allies, and grassroots
ADD YOUR NAME AND A MESSAGE of support and solidarity. Sign the card here. We will print out the card, signatures, and messages on Saturday, June 30, 2023. For the first time in its 165-year-long history, on June 23, 2023,
As people of conscience, committed to peace and reconciliation, we join in Pope Francis’ mission to end the war in Ukraine by appealing to “those in authority over nations to make concrete efforts to end the conflict, to reach a
By distorting sacred scripture and religious traditions, Christian nationalism is fueling the epidemic of gun violence. Over 600 faith leaders have signed onto a letter calling for Mother’s Day, May 14, 2023, to be a national day of prayer, mourning, repentance,
If you are a faith leader (reverend, rabbi, pastor, priest, imam, lay leader, etc) please instead add your name here. “From the bosom of the devastated earth a voice goes up with our own. It says: Disarm, Disarm!“ – Original
Dear beloved Community, A few years ago, on Easter Sunday, I told the congregation at the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ in Washington DC, why I was wearing a keffiyeh to preach in. It was a statement of solidarity
Dear beloved Community, My family and I are preparing dinner because the Passover holiday begins this evening. The Seder, meaning order and ritual, is the traditional meal in which we tell the story of our ancient Exodus from Mitzrayim (the “narrow place”).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ariel Gold | email@example.com | (510) 599-5330Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler | firstname.lastname@example.org | (202) 302-0307 Oldest Interfaith Organization in America Calls for Children to Have More Rights Than Guns March 27, 2023 – The Fellowship of