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By Jeff Stack The Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation is cosponsoring a “Vigil for Life” this Thursday, December 10 at 12:00 noon, outside the federal courthouse at 80 Lafayette Street in Jefferson City. (Masks and physical distancing are required.) The...
Member Spotlight: 5 Questions with Shelley Douglass –“The issues we’re facing are interlinked. We have separated ourselves from each other, from the earth, from nature..”
Shelley Douglass lives in Birmingham, Alabama, where for more than a quarter-century she served as host of Mary’s House Catholic Worker, until this year. Previously, she and spouse Jim helped cofound the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Poulsbo, Washington,...
No matter who is in the White House, Congress, your state capital, even your town council, the need for ongoing education, training, mobilization and organization never stops. Yes, beyond politics, the work of peace and justice continues.
After a protracted legal odyssey, the Kings Bay Plowshares continue preach disarmament while preparing for their coming prison witness.
Member Spotlight: Shaina Adams-El Guabli–“COVID-19 is like a mirror on all of the places we need to heal and radically alter our connection to self and others.”
What inspired you to become a FOR member? I first learned about FOR in 2005, as a senior in college. My professor knew that I was looking for social justice oriented post-graduation opportunities, particularly around Palestine, and told me about Interfaith...
FOR USA’s executive director, Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson, delivered the 31st Annual Salem Peace Lecture was held online on Thursday November 19th. Dr. Jordan-Simpson’s topic was “Unfinished Democracy: Making Good Trouble for Racial Equity.”