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From 1930 to 1933 Charles C Webber served in the capacity of industrial field secretary.
Charles C. Webber was a pastor, organizer, professor of practical theology at Union, and author of the book A History of the Development of Social Education in the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. Later in the 1950s and 1960s, he served as the National AFL-CIO Representative and the Industrial Secretary for the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
Join us starting Thur, Jan 27th for our monthly online book club. Dr. Fernando Ona, the inaugural recipient of the Walter Wink & June Keener Wink Fellowship, will lead the group through Walter Wink’s “The Powers That Be.” Please register here: #bookclub https://t.co/Azg2t6Kf2hRead More
Join us at 4pm EST on January 18th for our "Brothers in the Beloved Community" book talk with @BishopMarc Register today here: Don't forget to like and share this post, theres still plenty of time to grab your seat! @ParallaxPress @EPFNational #forusa https://t.co/zSzzuFy5CORead More
As we prepare to celebrate Dr. King & #MLKDay, FOR is proud to share a new CURRICULUM & STUDY GUIDE for our 1957 comic book, "Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story" - to recall, reexamine & connect current struggles to #MontgomeryBusBoycott + more. https://t.co/Z5SnN3px0fRead More
RT @nytimes: The writer and poet Maya Angelou has become the first Black woman to be featured on a quarter. The coins began shipping this w…Read More
RT @Dr_Maha_Hilal: Today is the 20th anniversary of the opening of #GuantanamoBay prison, one of the oldest, most infamous relics of the #W…Read More
RT @WitnessTorture: From the very beginning, of the 780 people at Guantanamo, only a handful of those people have been convicted of terrori…Read More
Fellowship of Reconciliation USA (FOR-USA) is the largest interfaith peace fellowship leading the charge on today’s most pressing human and civil rights issues through advocacy, activism, and educational programs.