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Newsletter Occasional site and general Quaker news Edited by Bill Samuel, Webservant, QuakerInfo.com
Friends (Quakers) and Christmas - This is not a new article, but it is one of primarily seasonal interest. In addition to the article itself, it connects to several pages collected from comments from many Quakers of what they do and think about Christmas, reflecting the variety among Quakers today.
Quaker Art Prints - miniatures of a number of art prints, linking to larger images (where you can purchase them, if interested, but you can also just look). Right now, all the prints are of paintings by Edward Hicks, because these are what are readily available. I've added a little background on Edward Hicks.
The West Chester (Pennsylvania) Area School Board holds a public meeting about naming a high school after civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, a controversial proposal due to concerns about Rustin's refusal to serve in the armed forces, consistent with his Quaker beliefs. Philadelphia Inquirer, November 21, 2002
The latest on the work of Friends Peace Teams, extending to world trouble spots such as Columbia and Palestine. Friends Peace Teams
And Much More!
The items above are just a few of the many links to Quaker news, from both the mass media and Quaker sources, on the main page of QuakerInfo.com. Several are added each week, so check back frequently for the latest.