The FGC Institutional Assessment on Racism survey completed on July 31, 2018 – with 1,168 respondents!
The IAR enjoyed considerable exposure during July at the 2018 Gathering and NYYM summer session.
We want to draw your attention to the fact that the IAR survey will remain open through the end of the Gathering.
The Institutional Assessment (IA) Survey of FGC Friends aims to identify evidence of institutional racism that may have crept into FGC’s practices and procedures.
The Institutional Assessment Task Force has created a timeline of major milestones from now until October.
The Institutional Assessment Task Force continues to lay the groundwork for gathering evidence of the gap between our perception and our reality of systemic racism within Friends General Conference.
Our faith as Friends calls us to respect and nurture that of God in everyone. That includes advocating for an end to white supremacy and racism.
Once again, we are pleased to offer an FGC Institutional Assessment on Racism update.
Paula has been an advocate for the rights of Indigenous peoples for over 20 years
Post-Plenary notes: Actions Minnesota Friends could take in response to killing of black men by police
Post-Plenary notes from Thursday night evening post-plenary group: Actions Minnesota Friends could take in response to killing of black men by police.
n the second day of the White Privilege Conference, around 40 Friends came together to discuss “How can we bring what we’ve learned at WPC back to our meetings?”
nvigorated, tired, humbled, overwhelmed, inspired, hopeful. Those are words that FGC staff who attended the White Privilege Conference (WPC) used following the conference.