Resources and Materials
The problem of sporadic attendance in First Day School is common to large and small meetings. The number of school, sports, and enrichment activities available to children has expanded leaving them exhausted or otherwise engaged on Sunday mornings.
Chapel Hill Monthly Meeting has been blessed with the fruits of our work with the 2003 Quaker Press of FGC publication, Raising Conscientious Objector Consciousness among Our Youth,
This resource presents some queries to help Friends live the truth of their testimony to equality, discerned by the Religious Education Committee's Subcommittee on Ending Racism and Privilege among Friends
This resource is a copy of a Pendle Hill lecture given by Margaret Hope Bacon.
This resource is an article by Vanessa Julye
This resource is an article on racial assumptions by Joan Broadfield
This resource is an interview with Anita Mendes-Lopes discussing how meetings can nurture Friends of color
This resource details the work of the Friends General Conference Committee for Ministry on Racism
This resource is a conversatoin with the authors of the book Fit For Freedom, Not for Friendship, Vanessa Julye and Donna McDaniel.
This resource is an article on racism within the Religious Society of Friends, written by Vanessa Julye