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.
The conversation is a combination the Baltimore Yearly Meeting opening lecture, July 27, 2004 and the New England Yearly Meeting keynote address, August 7, 2004.
This file is 24 pages long.
This resource is an article on racism within the Religious Society of Friends, written by Vanessa Julye
This resource is an article on challenging racism by Joan Broadfield
This resource is a set of prompts to aid discussion of the book: Sarah Mapps Douglass, Faithful Attender of Quaker Meeting: View from the Back Bench
Many of our Yearly Meetings are engaged in the work of uprooting racism. This resource provides documents describing work around race, racism, and diversity currently being undertaken by yearly meetings.
Click on a yearly meeting to view its work: