Pre-Registration for WPC – Join the Quaker Group!

FGC is again sponsoring a Quaker group to attend the conference, open to Friends of all traditions.

Consultation for Friends who have attended the 2013 White Privilege Conference

From September 27th through September 29th, 2013, twenty-two friends gathered at Dunrovin Christian Brothers Retreat Center in Minnesota for a consultation on the impact of attending the White Privilege Conference, an event conceived and organized by an African American man, with support from Friends General Conference. FGC has supported Friends’ attendance at the White Privilege…

FGC Committee for Nurturing Ministries Consultation for Visioning the Future for the Ministry on Racism Program

On September 6th through 8th, 2013, 14 Friends gathered at Pendle Hill in Wallingford, Pennsylvania, to discuss the future of FGC’s Ministry on Racism Program. The Minute of Exercise is attached below.

Quaker Discussion During WPC15 Accountability Session

WPC has committed to becoming a “community of action” with the goal that every participant will take their conference learning beyond the walls of the program classrooms and back into our own home environments by way of meaningful action. To do this, each conference program of the WPC ultimately has an intentional action component. Our…

Kitty Taylor Mizuno: Choosing a Way Forward at the Crossroads

This piece was written after attending the White Privilege Conference with FGC in 2013.  It has also been published in the Haddonfield Quarter Newsletter. by Kitty Taylor Mizuno I think the most important recurring theme for me at the White Privilege Conference (WPC) in Seattle which I have just attended is that in order to make our…

Joan Broadfield: Recognizing White Privilege – A Prose Poem

The 2013 White Privilege Conference took place in Seattle with more than 40 Friends and 2,100 people total attending. This was the fourth year FGC has sponsored a group of Friends attending. Three of these Friends, Liz Oppenheimer, Joan Broadfield, and Kitty Taylor Mizuno, have shared their reflections on their experiences at the conference. Recognizing…

Liz Oppenheimer: Basics of Unearned White Privilege

The 2013 White Privilege Conference took place in Seattle with more than 40 Friends and 2,100 people total attending. This was the fourth year FGC has sponsored a group of Friends attending. Three of these Friends, Liz Oppenheimer, Joan Broadfield, and Kitty Taylor Mizuno, have shared their reflections on their experiences at the conference. This…

How attending WPC 2012 affected a Quaker living in Kansas

I attended the 13th White Privilege Conference in spring, 2012. It was like going into a lively, open city where everyone was talking about all aspects of privilege.

Understanding Racism and Privilege among Friends

Challenging Racism 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.

Interview with Donna McDaniel

I see many connections between where I have been led in some 50 years of working and my desire as a young woman to foster an understanding of democracy and equality.

Interview with Author Vanessa Julye

Vanessa is a member of Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, where she serves on the meeting’s Membership Care Committee and Ad Hoc Committee on Race and Racism.

Fit For Freedom Authors’ Reflection

Our research reveals surprising, perhaps to some shocking, levels of ambivalence and ambiguity in Friends’ relationships with African Americans throughout our history.

Pagination

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