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Fellowship of Reconciliation annual report 2011


our vision

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e envision a world of justice, peace, and freedom. It is a revolutionary vision of a beloved community where differences are respected, conflicts are addressed nonviolently, oppressive structures are dismantled, and where people live in harmony with the earth, nurtured by diverse spiritual traditions that foster com­passion, solidarity, and reconciliation.

national council Malik Nadeem Abid Will Bontrager Andrea Briggs Laurie Childers

FOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace, and justice. We are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. We educate, train, build coalitions, and engage in nonviolent and compassionate actions locally, nationally, and globally. Since 1915, the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) has carried on programs and educational projects con­ cerned with domestic and international peace and justice, nonviolent alternatives to conflict, and the rights of conscience. An interfaith, tax-exempt organization, FOR promotes active nonviolence and has members from many religious, spiritual, and ethnic traditions. FOR-USA is a branch of the International Fellowship of Reconcili­ation (IFOR) with affiliates in over 50 countries. Cover photos are some of the images from FOR’s “I Will Not Kill” video broadcast in Times Square – NYC, spring 2011.

Management Team

Paul Dekar

Mark C. Johnson, Ph.D., Executive Director Hillary Gaston, Sr., D.Min., Chief Operations Officer Shauen V.T. Pearce, Director of Programs, Social, Economic & Racial Justice

Daniel Delapava

Program Team

Shauen V.T. Pearce, Director of Programs, Social, Economic & Racial Justice John Lindsay-Poland, Director, Research & Advocacy Susana Pimiento-Chamorro, Director, Action & Advocacy Liza Smith, Director, Accompaniment in Colombia Leila Zand, Director, Civilian Diplomacy and the Middle East Organizational Advancement and Communications

Martha DiGiovanni Lucas Johnson Jeremy Lowe Greta Mickey James E. Murphy Jennifer Newell Peg Rivers Michael Rothbaum

Ethan Vesely-Flad, Communications Director Jonette O’Kelley Miller, MPA, Development Director Linda Kelly, Communications Associate Nicole Taylor, Data Entry Assistant

Bill Scheurer

Operations and Finance

Vishaka Smith

Hillary Gaston, Sr., D.Min., Chief Operations Officer Karen Heuer, Bookkeeper Mary Heckler, Events Coordinator & Peace House Host Tom Morrison, Receptionist & Contact Specialist Meredith Nicolich, Administrative Assistant

Sarah Schindler Sam Smith

Phil Stoltzfus Karen Sussan Rick Ufford-Chase


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message from the executive director and chair of the national council

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he Arab Spring and Occupy movements were powerful sources of inspiration to the Fellowship of Reconciliation in 2011. Through our “Demilitarizing Life and Land” framework, FOR-USA resourced these and other courageous actions for participatory democracy and economic justice. We also independently launched several dynamic human rights campaigns and peace-centered projects. In 2008, Dalia Ziada, an Egyptian human rights activist, found online a 50-year-old FOR comic book, “Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.” FOR had provided counsel and support to organizers of the 1955-56 Montgomery Bus Boycott, which ended racial segregation of public transportation in an infamously racist Southern city. More than 250,000 copies

Mark C. Johnson, Ph.D.

of the comic book were distributed in the civil rights years. Rediscovering it a halfcentury later, Ziada saw the pamphlet as a popular education tool with modern-day application about the methodology and effectiveness of nonviolent social change. She translated it into Arabic and Farsi and in partnership with her organization, the American Islamic Congress, distributed thousands of copies throughout the Middle East. We are humbled to know of its use during the lead-up to the Arab Spring, and have now reissued it in English and Spanish. The Occupy movement that emerged in September 2011 demanded an end to the massive wealth gap, unemployment, and corporate influence over the U.S. government. In response, state security

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forces sought to remove many grassroots physical occupations through force, and several confrontations between police and activists were violent. To encourage nonviolent discipline in the midst of these tense situations, FOR re-released our “Pact for Peaceful Witness” (forusa.org/ multimedia/pact-for-peaceful-witness). Some of FOR’s nationwide chapters were also directly engaged with local Occupy groups, particularly in conversation about the means and application of nonviolent action. Focusing on Latin America, FOR-USA continued our Colombia solidarity work by providing human rights accompaniment in conflict zones; hosting U.S. speaking tours of Colombian peace advocates; and helping organize the annual Days of


Andrea Briggs and her granddaughter, Elizabeth.

Prayer & Action advocacy campaign. Our Continental Campaign focused on preventing the expansion of U.S. military bases throughout the hemisphere, with particular attention to Honduras in the continuing wake of the 2009 military coup that overthrew President Zelaya. FOR’s Middle East efforts included four peace delegations to the region: two Iran civilian diplomacy delegations (May 2011); a Palestine arts & activism delegation (Balata Refugee Camp, September); and an Afghanistan peace & clean water delegation (September). We also cosponsored a controversial advertising campaign in several U.S. cities titled “Be On Our Side,” which called for an end to U.S. military aid to Israel (twopeoplesonefuture.org), providing campaign leadership to its outreach efforts in New York City.

While financial records included in this report will show that FY2011 was a difficult one for the Fellowship of Reconciliation, our staff remained stable, and, as mentioned above, our work continued internationally, nationally, and locally. The program record included in this report shows that FY2011 was one in which creative, responsive work was sustained and deepened across the FOR family.

Mark C. Johnson, Ph.D Executive Director

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Andrea Briggs FOR USA National Council Chair


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2010 Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Award recipients (from left to right): Dr. Tashi Rabten and wife, Dr. Tashi Dolma, Madea Benjamin, and Scott Kennedy.

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hough a challenging year for FOR, fiscal year 2011 was teeming with strategical­ ly focused passions on setting the ground work for creating a world where all human­ kind is respected and honored.

a 15-second video with peace-centered images and the message “I Will Not Kill” every hour on a massive digital screen in New York City’s Times Square for six weeks during the spring season.

FOR-USA grew our national network of more than 100 local chapters, religious peace fellowships, and affiliated groups in 2011 through speaking tours and other face-to-face opportunities for engagement. Times of fellowship with supporters and individual members of our local chapters invigorated our work. Four new chapters and affiliates were formally welcomed in 2011: the Global Days of Listening project (globaldaysoflistening. org), the New England Peace Pagoda (newenglandpeacepagoda.com); the Tarrant County (Texas) FOR; and Circles of Peace (tuscaloosacirclesofpeace.blogspot. com). Several other local communities expressed interest in creating new chapters in the coming year. We also broadcast

FOR continued combating systemic attacks on communities of color through anti-violence initiatives and economic empowerment campaigns. In collaboration with other grassroots organizations, including the community of FOR-affiliated religious peace fellowships, we targeted gun sellers for the distribution of weapons that feed violence in inner U.S. cities and in Mexico, and also developed campaigns against companies that permit the “open carry” of handguns and other weapons in their establishments. FOR also worked with other NGOs to interpret the Durban Declaration (from the 2001 World Conference Against Racism) to strengthen the U.S. human rights movement.

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In FY11, our 2010 Peace Awards recognized the service and accomplishments of four individuals, and their organizations, The International Pfeffer Peace Award went to Scott Kennedy, cofounder of the Resource Center for Nonviolence in San Francisco, (Mr. Kennedy, unfortunately, passed in November of 2011). The National Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Award was presented to Medea Benjamin, cofounder of CODEPINK; and, our Local Nyack Area Peace Award winners were Rockland County residents Drs. Tashi Dolma and Tashi Rabten, founders of the Home of Hope orphanage and school in Tibet. In keeping with our commitment to ‘speaking truth to power,’ FOR’s new Militarism Watch initiative helped academics and activists to strengthen their research capacity on the role and global reach of the U.S. military.


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program work Action & Advocacy: Susana Pimiento Chamorro Along with Peace Brigades International and Loyola University, we organized a four-week spring speaking tour in March and April 2011 that featured Peace Community founder Jesús Emilio Tuberquia. Traveling to 15 cities in states across the nation, including California, New Mexico, Colorado, New York, Illinois, and Washington, DC, the tour reached a large, diverse crowd of committed U.S.-based activists and students. There were several radio interviews and newspaper articles in connection with the speaking tour, all of which articulated the security concerns of the Peace Community.

We also prepared a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton requesting the State Department take action on measures to protect the Peace Community, which was signed by over 800 people.

the Southern Command in Florida with the Continental Campaign and inspire people to (a) organize their own local event in June, responding to the Continental Campaign Call for Solidarity with Honduras, and (b) join the mobilization planned for Indigenous Peoples’/ Columbus Day weekend in front of SouthCom in Miami.

We helped organize the Washington D.C. conference for Demilitarization/Latin America Solidarity Coalition. This national conference held April 8-10, included 48 workshops and four plenaries. John Lindsay-Poland spoke at a plenary, and both he and Susana Pimiento Chamorro led workshops. Susana coled a joint workshop with SouthCom Watch’s Ray del Papa. The conference was an effort to combine the work around nonviolent action at

From July 24th to August 2nd 2011, FOR and Witness for Peace led a delegation that focused on U.S. military bases in Colombia. A U.S.- Colombia Military Cooperation Agreement signed in October 2009 granted the U.S. military the use of at least seven Colombian military bases, sparking strong protest throughout Latin America. 6

The FOR-Witness for Peace Delegation was organized not only to inspire North Americans to work against U.S. militarization in the region, but also to support the Colombia No Bases Coalition. The delegation visited two emblematic military bases: the aerial base of Palanquero in Puerto Salgar from which the United States flies C-17s capable of reaching most of the Western Hemisphere and Africa without refueling, and also the Naval Military Base of Bahia Malaga in the Colombian Pacific Coast. Delegates were able to see the severe, negative impacts of militarization on local communities and fragile ecosystems. For instance, the naval base has displaced


Children in San Jos茅 de Apartad贸 Peace Community.

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indigenous and AfroColombian communities and disrupted the mating and birthing cycles of the humpback whale. Delegates also organized a rally holding signs in front of the U.S. embassy in Bogotá, showing their opposition to U.S. military presence in the region.

We organized an event with Mexican movement organizer Pietro Ameglio (Serpaj-Mexico 2008 FOR Pfeffer Peace Award winner) in the Bay Area, and another event in San Francisco in solidarity with the mass peace demonstration in Mexico City on May 8th. John hosted Juárez organizer Perla de la Rosa in Washington in April.

Arno Kopecky, delegate and Canadian journalist, published an account of the delegation in The Tyee, a British Columbia daily paper.

Research & Advocacy: John Lindsay-Poland Our work with Witness for Peace continued with a strategic collaboration offering internet webinars on the current and future role of internationals in supporting Colombian nonviolent movements; the role that international human rights structures play in the Colombian conflict; Colombian history; the resistance of nonviolent youth to mandatory recruitment;

mining in Colombia and the U.S./Colombia Free Trade Agreement; the United States’ drug war in Colombia; the systematic persecution of journalists in Colombia; the plight of sugar cane cutters; and Colombia’s plan for land restitution.

FOR made two visits to Juarez this year, in January and June, to build relationships with Mexican groups. Ongoing work includes: • coordinating national calls of U.S. groups • supporting a petition campaign to President Obama on gun trafficking • developing plans for a Heeding God’s Call initiative that focuses on border-area gun stores • planning for a U.S. speaking tour by Mexican victims of violence

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We have also participated in the San Francisco Bay Area’s New Priorities Campaign which seeks to shift federal spending priorities away from the military toward social programs. Metta Center for Nonviolence “mentee” Sam Pearse was assigned to work with TFLAC on this campaign over the summer of 2011. We also reprinted and continue to distribute postcards to Senators urging demilitarization of U.S. spending in Latin America to refocus funding toward domestic needs. John convened several conference calls to create a research collective of FOR members and allied groups


to research militarism in ways that serve activism for demilitarization. We agreed to call the project “Militarism Watch” and will seek involvement at various levels such as endorsement, skill contributions, workshop presentations or facilitation, resources, and webinars. A section of FOR’s web site will be established to support this project.

Accompaniment in Colombia: Liza Smith At the end of FY2011, Colombia Peace Presence team members, led by staff director Liza Smith, were Jon Patberg and Isaac Beachy on the Bogotá team; and Gina Spigarelli, Emily Schmitz, and Sean Cranley on the San José team. The sobering reality that working for peace can mean sacrificing one’s life was,

unfortunately, all too clear this year as the Peace Community suffered five murders: • March 22: Bernardo Rios, • April 5: Jose Lopez • April 15: Alcides Tuberquia • May 11: Kennedy • May 26: Ramon Franco Vaquero

objection. We had a meeting with the director of the United Nations in Colombia to talk about this issue and have been working on setting up a meeting with the Minister of Defense to talk about illegal street round ups.

There were regular reports of combat throughout March and April until mid-May. The military has had a semipermanent encampment within about 100 meters of the community where soldiers remain and helicopters land to deliver supplies. Just recently, the military left and seems to be in the process of changing their locations in the area.

Colombia Peace Presence (CPP) workers: (from left to right): Gina Spigarelli, Emily Schmitz, and Elisabeth Rohrmoser.

Publications We have received strong, positive feedback to our 34-page booklet, What’s Land Got to Do With It? Colombia: Answers to the Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask. Over 600 copies have been distributed as of the end of the fiscal year. A digital version is available online for a free download.

In March we released via the internet our second video interviewing a conscientious objector. We supported COs from Bogotá in their visit to IFOR Austria. We have been working with CIVIS (a Swedish agency) to support their virtual campaign on conscientious

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went back to the Community for my last visit for who knows how long; and with my new beard and much longer hair, people almost didn’t recognize me. They may have been referring to my outward changes, but as I sit here and think about it, I barely recognize myself these days–the past 19 months with the Community and FOR have changed me.

My time as a peace accompaniment worker has strengthened my faith in activism. No longer do I view people with radical alternatives as idealists who don’t get anything done. I’ve lived in a radically alternative community and worked with people who are activists and are actively involved in developing intricate strategies to get what they need. Activism will never again seem like just a passing hobby of the young and impassioned, but rather a completely necessary component to society without which we wouldn’t have any sort of checks and balances. Also, I have come into my own as a gay man. Being gay is no longer just my sexuality, it is part of what defines me and what moves me to act. I am part of community, and I understand that that is a luxury worth fighting to preserve. I am more secure and happier now, and the only way I can spread such security and happiness to others in the LGBT community is if I am active. I am no longer just out, I am open. I am no longer just proud, I am loud. It may be just that I have grown up a lot this year, but I doubt it. The Fellowship of Reconciliation has a culture of promoting openness, communication and growth, and the complexities found in a Peace Community are the best lessons on what is the grey between black and white. Without these past 19 months with these two communities of people, I would be fine, sure, but I wouldn’t be nearly as close to being whole as I am today. Jon Patberg

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Photos, FOR’s May 2011 Iran Delegation. Courtesy of Judy Bello.

Civilian Diplomacy & the Middle East: Leila Zand At the end of summer 2010, FOR’s Middle East program director, Leila Zand, traveled to Iran for a conference organized by the Iranian government and Iranian Professionals Abroad to speak on Iran and U.S. relations and the work of peace activists in both countries. As a result, we have been able to maintain continuing communications with Iranian government officials regarding a proposed reconciliation conference in the future. Though challenged with delegates receiving visa denials and travel interruptions due to the political environment, our Civilian Diplomacy work continues. During fiscal year

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2011, FOR sent four delegations to the Middle East: two focusing on civilian diplomacy, along with an arts activism delegation to the Palestinian Balata Refugee Camp, and a Peace & Clean water delegation to Afghanistan. Beginning in November 2010, our 11th Civilian Diplomacy delegation travelled to Iran visiting five cities during a two-week tour. Then in 2011, our 12th delegation journeyed to Iran during the first twoweeks of May. Following are excerpts from both delegations by David Hartsough, co-founder of the Nonviolent Peaceforce, founding director of Peaceworker and leader of the November 2010 delegation; and, Judy Bello, a writer, activist, and co-leader of the delegation in May 2011.


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Unusual Conversations at Persepolis by David Hartsough At Persepolis we had several unusual and very significant conversations. We met the Ambassador from the Netherlands. He said he was very happy to see our American delegation here in Iran trying to help build some peace and understanding between our countries. He said … What the Iranian people and the Iranian government are asking for is respect and to be treated fairly and justly. They have an amazing history and culture and we need to treat them as we — any country — would want to be treated. Iranian children, May 2011 Iran Delegation. Courtesy of Judy Bello.

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We encountered some Iranian soldiers in uniform. Accompanying them was an imam. We told him about our belief that all religions have as their basic beliefs and teachings to Love One Another and we are all children of one God. He agreed that love for one another is the essence of all religions, but that we cannot rely on God to bring about a just and peaceful society. He said, we must be God’s instruments to help bring about a more peaceful and just society.


A while later, we talked with a colonel in charge of a group of Revolutionary Guard soldiers. We were able to say to him and all the soldiers gathered around that our Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR) delegation had come to Iran to express our deep desire for peace with the Iranian people. Even if our governments see each other as enemies, we the American and Iranian people could become friends and create peace from the bottom up. We stated that to kill the beautiful Iranian people would be a crime against God and a crime against humanity. We are dedicated to doing everything in our power to help transform the relationship between our countries from enmity and hostility to peace and mutual respect. The imam and many of the soldiers stood there silently giving their appreciation and respect for our sentiments. The colonel and the imam and many of the soldiers then gave me and others in our delegation very warm and heartfelt handshakes and expressed deep appreciation for our visit. We left hoping that with encounters like this and our work back in the U.S. for peace and diplomacy rather than confrontation

and war with Iran, we can avoid ever having to confront one another on the battlefield and the horrible consequences of war between our countries.

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Iran delegation report 3: Peace and War by Judy Bello This delegation to Iran has a distinctly different flavor than my previous one (in 2007). Our actions are more seriously constrained. The group must stay together at all times, and we are held to a strict schedule. Even so, our Iranian guides are unfailingly pleasant and congenial, the hotels are comfortable, and we meet people along the way who are friendly and curious. And I am compelled to mention the pleasure of experiencing ancient structures and artistry, much older than anything found in the west. In Tehran, we had morning meetings with Habib Ahmad Alvaradez and Mohammed Rexa Sharafoddin of the Association of War Films, and then with Dr. Khateri and several members of the Society for Chemical

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Weapons Victims Support at the Tehran Peace Museum. In both cases, our hosts were most generous in sharing their work and their ideas for creating a better, more humane, just and peaceful world….. Today, we visited several historic sites, the Citidal of Shiraz which dates to the 12th century, the tomb of the poet Sa’adi, and a historic mosque. At the Citidal, a young man on a bicycle stopped to talk. People here speak to me in a friendly and warm manner. We all share our hope for a better future where countries will find better ways to greet one another than with weapons in hand. We dream of a world where we can have the pleasure of learning one another’s languages and customs. I hope we can nurture our little domain of wellbeing and peace so it will grow and someday encompass all men and women in all nations and the earth itself.


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Social, Economic, and Racial Justice: Shauen V.T. Pearce FOR’s Task Force on Social, Economic, and Racial Justice continues to strengthen alliances with national interfaith and community organizations. Through the framework of FOR’s Demilitarizing Life and Land analysis, and building on the momentum of the June 2010 U.S. Social Forum (“Another World Is Possible: Another U.S. Is Necessary,” which drew 20,000 activists to Detroit, Michigan), in FY2011 TFSERJ helped deepen FOR’s response to the interconnections between racism, militarism, economic injustice, environmental racism, and imperialism. Recognizing the need for community-based solutions to these issues, the task force prioritized four urban regions in the country where it will concentrate its multifaceted efforts in the coming years: Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New Orleans, and New York City. In September 2010, FOR’s Executive Director Mark Johnson and TFSERJ Director Shauen Pearce were roundtable participants in the third biannual Facing Race conference, joining 800 other racial justice activists in Chicago, Illinois. Drawing on those provocative conversations, TFSERJ expanded its concentration on intergenerational methodologies for eradicating gang and gun

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violence in Chicago to include food justice, based on emergent recognition of its ties to issues of class and racism. A violence prevention campaign focused on Chicago’s inner-city communities is now being developed. TFSERJ also began exploring the following proposed projects and campaigns in conversation with ally organizations: creating intergenerational community circles to build both peer and elder accountability to counter gang membership; the development of a national campaign to establish an economic lever against firearm profiteers; FOR Peace Street Teams; and a national bus tour or traveling summit offering workshops on active nonviolence and community organizing. The Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education (SCUPE) invited Shauen to create the curriculum for a workshop entitled “Demilitarizing Life in the U.S. – Organizing Across Cultural Lines for Justice.” Presented by outgoing National Council member Rev. Sam Smith, the advanced-level workshop was a highlight at the March 2011 conference. As part of the “Transforming Systems and Culture” track, the workshop explored the relationships between class, race, and faith in organizing strategies; how to identify and address the roles of militarism in our lives; how we perpetuate

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classicism and racism through our communities, even in the midst of organizing; and, how to decrease the unintended violence often done through peace and justice work.

The Center for Conscience & War (TCCW) Press Conference, November 2010. From left to right: Josh Stieber, an Iraq War veteran, Logan Mehl-Laituri, Evelyn Hanneman of the Baptist Peace Fellowship, veterans Camilo Mejia and Jake Diliberto, and Rita Nakashima Brock of Faith Voices for the Common Good. Courtesy of Rev. Rita Brock.

Shauen also developed the curriculum for “Faith, Race and Violence: Addressing History as We Work for Peace” for the 2011 annual Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America summer conference, and presented the workshop in Harrisonburg, Virginia. During spring 2011, Pearce participated in the production design of a short video centered on FOR’s “I Will Not Kill” message, which ran for six weeks on the largest LED digital screen billboard in New York City’s Times Square area. Originally a military counterrecruitment pledge program, “I Will Not Kill” is in the planning stages to be relaunched as a comprehensive youth-focused nonviolence campaign. Other future projects include creating a workbook to accompany the re-release of FOR’s historic comic book, Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story, to support its continuing use as a popular education tool on active nonviolence.

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Web site visits 2011 Legend:

• 2010 • 2009

Communications: Ethan Vesely-Flad Linda Kelly Communications is the mainstay of FOR’s work. Advocacy, education, networking, marketing, media outreach, and research represent only a few of FOR’s active strategies for disseminating information. Ethan Vesely-Flad, Communications Director and editor of Fellowship Magazine, Linda Kelly, Communications Assistant, with the help of part-time web consultant Ivan Boothe work with program staff and allies actively throughout the process of developing, launching, and publicizing FOR’s diverse campaigns and collaborative projects, both in print and online. During fiscal year 2011, three issues of Fellowship, FOR’s flagship magazine, were published. The thematic issues – titled “Renewing the Movement,” “Rethinking Money,” and “Transformation of/in Prisons,” respectively – generated substantive and positive responses from

members and subscribers. Plans were also laid for a renewed subscription renewal campaign. After its mailing at the beginning of the fiscal year, Witness, our membership newsletter, was re-purposed and re-formatted to profile and promote the work of our local chapters, religious peace fellowships, and affiliates. International media outlets reported that Egypt’s nonviolent-rooted revolution took inspiration from many sources, including a 50-year-old comic book originally published by FOR during the civil rights era. Bolstered by this news, by popular demand FOR re-published Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story in English and Spanish. (Arabic, Farsi, and Italian versions are in development for future print publication.) A new online store component to FOR’s web site was launched at the end of the fiscal year. Numerous other changes to the site in the coming 16

l also be seen to increase accessibility and ease of engagement for both visitors and members. We maximized our outreach via various social media outlets. Online communication efforts increased dramatically. FOR passed 1,000 Twitter followers and 2,000 Facebook supporters during the spring of 2011, and at year’s end averaged more than 1,000 monthly active users on Facebook. “Like” buttons were added to sections of our web site to help this interaction, and will soon proliferate site-wide. FOR’s web site was re-launched during the first half of the fiscal year (July to December 2010). In this initial phase, www. forusa.org received approximately 78,000 visitors. This represented a modest increase of 4.80% from the same period in 2009.


Increased web site visits 2011 Legend:

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to June, 2011 ••January January to June, 2011 to June, 2010 ••January January to June, 2010

In the graph on page 16, visits to the web site fell off at the beginning of the 2011 fiscal year. This represents a period that www.forusa.org was offline in preparation for its re-launch. However, once the new site was launched, the number of visitors immediately surpassed the number of visitors during the same week in 2009 and remained consistently higher than 2009 for the rest of the year. Continuing to improve our SEO (search engine optimization), compared to activity during the second half of the fiscal year (January to June 2011), visitors to www. forusa.org increased by 63.1% from the same period during 2010. Increased traffic

was most likely due to a combination of new content, more frequently updated content, a more engaging site, and a site that provides more ways to connect with social media. While the increased use of Twitter, Facebook, and the social bookmarking site StumbleUpon provided a large number of links, we find that search engines, including Google News, provided the majority of our traffic. With the ease of access provided by the internet, the number of online contributions to FOR also increased as compared to previous years. Donors and

supporters respond to FOR outreach, including email “blasts,” specific campaigns, and general appeals. However, we find that email blasts generate only a small portion of our online fundraising totals; the majority of our monthly donations come from donors who are actively choosing FOR’s “donate” feature on our website. Understanding web site design is a fluid process, and we are continuing to develop new and better ways for using www. forusa.org in order to digitally reflect our work’s energy and purpose.

Breakdown of visitors to our Facebook page according to age and gender as of June 2011:

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a convocation of religious peace fellowships, affiliates, and allies Hosted by the Fellowship of Reconciliation at the Stony Point Center March 14-16, 2011 By Mark C. Johnson In mid-March 2011, FOR co-hosted a threeday convocation which brought together representatives of 26 organizations representing FOR’s religious peace fellowships (RPFs) and other national, grassroots faith-based affiliates. I served as moderator of the gathering, working in partnership with the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, and the Community of Living Traditions. As activists, we are so often involved in “doing the work” that we forget to reach out and connect with our sisters and brothers also on the frontlines. We came

together to both strengthen our bonds of fellowship and coordinate our plans for future projects. Our first day began with rich introductions focusing on our personal journeys to becoming peacemakers. The second day we asked: How are we called by our faith to political action, resistance, and engagement? And, as citizens of the United States, what role does faith have in effecting change? We narrowed our conversation to exploring the call to speak truth to power while finding ourselves often complicit with those powers; and seeking to balance the challenges of witness and solidarity with the call to be reconcilers in the world. We also discussed the difference in definitions of security or safety within faith communities and within civil society, and the tensions that may be present in those competing perspectives on security/safety.

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Deeper discussions followed centering on how we can proactively and creatively respond to the culture of fear that sustains threats to and attacks on Muslims in the United States; and, as RPFs, what will be our 50-year strategy for shaping our religious bodies to become unflinching protagonists for peace. Our third and final day culminated with updates on our various organizational projects and plans for moving forward. There was widespread interest in maintaining this rich conversation through regular gatherings of RPFs and affiliates, convened by FOR. We intend to hold a second event in 2012-13.


2011 RPF meeting representatives, March 2011.

List of participating organizations:

Adventist Peace Fellowship American Muslim Voice Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America Church of the Brethren Buddhist Peace Fellowship Center for Conflict Dialogue in New York Community of Living Traditions Christian Peace Witness Creating a Culture of Peace Episcopal Peace Fellowship Fellowship of Reconciliation Lutheran Peace Fellowship Mennonite Church USA

RPF working session, March 2011.

Mennonite Central Committee Muslim Peace Fellowship National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund New England Peace Pagoda Nonviolence International Orthodox Peace Fellowship of North America Pax Christi Baltimore Pax Christi USA Secular Franciscans Presbyterian Peace Fellowship Shomer Shalom Network for Jewish Nonviolence Stony Point Center 19


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STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION June 30, 2011 WITH SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL INFORMATION as of June 30, 2010

To receive a full copy of FOR’s Fiscal Year 2011 Financial Report, contact info@forusa.org, or, call FOR: 845.358.4601, x29.

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ASSETS

2011

Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Pledges receivable

$

2010

59,679

$ 173,075

-

1,300

-

21,541

Inventories

7,670

9,490

Investments

1,980

1,980

Investments held in charitable

remainder trusts

Investments held for gift annuities

573,301

618,030

1,835,780

1,742,615

969

3,133

Equipment - net of accumulated depreciation $287,889 - 2011; $285,724 - 2010 Dues from affiliated organizations Total assets

507,432

479,031

$2,986,811

$3,050,195

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued expenses Demand loans payable Gift annuities payable Liability under charitable remainder trusts Total liabilities

51,450

54,951

125,799

125,799

1,206,342

1,259,263

284,740

249,994

1,668,331

1,690,007

179,140

391,972

Net assets: Unrestricted: Undesignated Invested in equipment

969

3,133

Invested for gift annuities

508,804

357,426

688,913

752,531

475,351

453,441

Total unrestricted net assets

Temporarily restricted Pennanently restricted

Total net assets

Total liabilities and net assets 20

154,216

154,216

1,318,480

1,360,188

$2,986,811

$3,050,195


STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES for the year ended June 30, 2011 WITH SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL INFORMATION for the year ended June 30, 2010 Support and revenue: Contributions Bequests Local groups Program and special projects Fellowship magazine Bookstore sales Rental income Investment income Miscellaneous Actuarial gain on annuity obligations Change in value of charitable remainder trusts Total support and revenue before net assets released from restrictions Net assets released from restrictions Total support and revenue Expenses: Local/regional groups Creating a Culture of Peace Nonviolent Youth Collective Task Force Latin America & Caribbean General program Fellowship magazine Bookstore Projects and initiatives General and administrative Pension expense Depreciation expense Fundraising Total expenses Change in net assets before transfer of investments to/from Friends of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Inc. Transfer of investments to/from Friends of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Inc. Change in Net Assets

Net Assets at Beginning of Year Net Assets at End of Year

UNRESTRICTED

$ 673,898 154,810 36,443 80,931 32,652 12,523 60,046 13 12,961

Temporarily

Permanently

RESTRICTED

RESTRICTED

$

6,302

139,884 10,361 1,074,638 212,015 $1,286,653

146,186 (212,015) (65,829)

125,985 127,414 99,822 174,281 28,289 179,569 8,689 175,875 297,575 39,590 2,164 345,582 1,604,835

TOTAL 2011

2010

$ 680,200 154,810 36,443 80,931 32,652 12,523 60,046 13 12,961 139,884 10,361

$ 572,635 592,972 10,197 33,332 24,665 20,999 44,537 6 51 131,609 75,366

1,220,824 1,220,824

1,506,369 1,506,369

125,985 127,414 99,822 174,281 28,289 179,569 8,689 175,875 297,575 39,590 2,164 345,582 1,604,835

108,305 95,199 112,002 174,180 4,157 182,355 11,419 155,631 231,948 45,890 6,180 303,849 1,431,115

(318,182)

(65,829)

(384,011)

75,254

254,564 (63,618)

87,739 21,910

342,303

752,531 $ 688,913

453,441 $ 475,351

79,847 155,101 1,205,087

21

154,216 $ 154,216

(41,708) 1,360,188 $1,318,480

$1,360,188


SCHEDULE OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES for the year ended June 30, 2011 WITH SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL INFORMATION for the year ended June 30, 2010

SUPPORTING SERVICES PROGRAMS SERVICES

Salaries and payroll taxes

GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

2011

2010

$ 309,967

$ 256,740

$ 110,871

$ 677,578

$ 654,268

Pension expense

19,565

15,099

4,926

39,590

45,890

Other employee benefits

51,425

18,262

8,007

77,694

61,213

7,921

41,874

11,817

61,612

42,235

Professional fees Supplies

6,915

1,011

2,823

10,749

9,930

Telephone and internet

22,532

1,899

3,128

27,559

31,456

Mailing costs

13,756

42

28,988

42,786

52,577

Occupancy

66,863

18,942

18,307

104,112

79,657

Computers and equipment

30,399

17,199

12,338

59,936

48,910

Printing

39,819

54

28,906

68,779

47,284

140,232

14,615

15,466

170,313

104,586

1,174

658

332

2,164

6,180

Travel Depreciation Bank and payroll charges

10,530

9,975

Dues and subscriptions

5,012

2,515

1,507

9,034

8,129

Books, videos for resale

4,167

127

297

4,591

7,445

10,621

27,743

29,270

100

8,995

3,236

20,176

18,898

125,985

109,829

1,534

1,686

Consultants General program expenses Insurance Local/regional groups Special events Staff development and training Miscellaneous Total expenses

10,530

17,122 100 13,731

3,209

125,985 550

280

704

41

1,952

113

2,106

3,393

34,351

7,729

18,084

60,164

49,309

$ 911,627

$ 412,737

$ 280,471

$1,604,835

$1,431,115

22


acturial gains on annuity obligations 11% Bookstore sales 1%

contributions 56%

Rental Income 5% Miscellaneous 1% Fellowship Magazine 3%

Total Support and Revenue: $1,220,824

Program and special projects 7%

Local groups 3%

bequests 13%

Fundraising 17% Program Services 57%

Total Functional Expenses: $1,604,835

General & Administrative 26%

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f e l l ows h ip of re c on c il iat ion

j u ly 1 , 2 0 1 0 – j u n e 30, 2 0 1 1

donor acknowledgments

bequests and tributes were received during the 2011 fiscal year.

FOR would like to honor these individuals whose commitment to peace and nonviolent conflict resolution continues to uphold the work of FOR USA. We acknowledge the many gifts received during 2010-11 celebrating the lives and work of loved ones, members & supporters.

Bequests Louise Bennett

Anna Lamond

Willard Uphaus

Elise Boulding

Eleanor McMillan

Everard P. Webster

Muriel Clark

Malcolm Nicols

Julianne Scurry-West

Robert J. Fenneman, Sr.

Helen Nocke

Irene Wiemer

Marjorie Gage

Lucile Patrick

Margaret Kress

Dorothy Tredennick

Tributes Karim Alkadhi Sarah G. Dunkley

Ann H. Cole Sue H. Fisher

Robert C. Delk Amy Carr

Isaac Beachy Daniel D. and Tina M. Beachy

Esther Grace Collins Walter E. and Gretchen L. Collins

Lauren Cannon and Mike Denton Jennifer Cannon

Mary Kirkpatrick Brown Paula Goldstein

Theodore Libby Conklin Charles and Mary Sue Willie

Duane Cady John and Joy Deharpporte Veena Deo Richard and Judith Fuller Kent Kreuter Barbara H. O’Connell

Sean Cranley Ruth Cranley

Wallace Cayard Leonora Cayard

Helen A. Danforth Patricia L. Ankrum Doris K. Gayzagian Cynthia Strong

Joseph S. (Joe) DeRaymond Brandy Bauer Anna Maria Caldara Mary S. DeRaymond Judith Keating Lehigh Valley War Tax Resistance Lepoco Robert and Carmen Riggs Ronald J. Sax Rodney R. Schall Gail P. Scudder Sarah and Max Snider

Maxwell Chaplin Eleanore Lee Lillian Clark Faye Caskey Kathleen L. Haining Betty J. Stebbins

Marion Crissey Olivia E. Jaramillo N. Alison Owens

Florence Date’ Smith and Barbara Date’ Smith Roger O. Smith Paul K. Deats, Jr. Julius S. Scott Carolyn Kay Wheeler 24

George Edwards Kate and V. Edison Farmer Phyllis and Charlie Hanna Dorothy Lockhart Fred Fertig Asano Fertig Charlotte Freeman David and Margery Billings Elaine Friedrich Jim Friedrich William L. Hammaker Naomi Brill Max A. and Erika E. Lauffer Patti Robinson Julie A. Stoughton Robert and Barbara Vogel

Warren and Winifred Doerfler Barbara and Jonathan Breen

Gordon Hirabayashi James Hirabayashi

Irving Douglas Edward and Susan Douglas

Don Irish Steven A. Budas

Rodney Hood Carolyn O. Hood


John Swombley Eloise M. Cranke

T. Noel Yolanda and Peter Broad

Linda Rousseau Cathleen Gallander Mark C. & Mary B. Johnson Nydia Leaf Brenda Shrobe

Mark Johnson Silver Bay Association

Lenae Nofziger David and Ruby Nofziger

Debra Schachter Burt and Emily Schachter

Peggy Tristram John F. Nagle

Leland and Ginger Keemer John F. Piper

Mary Faherty O’Connor Maureen O’Connor

Walter Shapero Rudy Simons

Jesus Emilio Turberiquia Mary G. Jenny

Robin Lahman David L. Lahman

Frank Ostrowski Richard M. Rustay Sarah Lopez

Rudy Simons Sara Gleicher

Sue and Bob VanDerzee Kate VanDerzee-Glidden

Lee Sneden Nancy and Robert Drennen

Matai Oscar Vesely-Flad Michael Brown

Dorothy Stafford Jane and Bill Baars Elizabeth Barton Elinor and Sam Benedict Barbara A. Drake Edward and Susan Einowski Julie E. Frantz Jerry and Martha Gatchell William J. Howe Kristin E. Loebbecke Megan L. McMorran James V. Parker Paulann Petersen Diane K. Ponti Shelley C. Reece Ingrid Wendt and Ralph J. Salisbury Dennis and Helen Schmidling Scot D. and Debra K. Siegel Joseph A. Soldati Leah and Bill Stenson Patrica A. Wixon

Richard Walter Matthew Charles

Zeena Jefferson Lucretia Way

Barbara Nelson Merwyn and Barbara Nelson

Margaret Johnson Rosamond Hanlon

Marcie Ley Frederick Ley George Lindsay Marjorie R. Bland Rubel Joseph Lucero William J. Lucero Velma and Cal McConnell Bart Duell and Kathy Ross Beuna McCutcheon Michael and Marie Bailey Peter McNeill Douglas A. McNeill Alan McRae Lee McRae

Michael Wilcox Palmer Sarah S. Palmer Jonathan Patberg William L. and Judythe Patberg Emiliano Perez Sandra Stark Joy Petrone Nancy E. Friedman Carol Pittard Anello Joyce K. Buni John Lindsay-Poland Jo Peabody

Charlotte Melly Paul Tavener

Joe and Lora Rabinowitz Carol David Mary Riehle John Riehle

Sam and Janet Moffet Raiford C. Scott

Margaret Robinson Susan Robinson

Robert Moon Robert J. Hawthorne Gayle Pickrell

Ted Rodd Terry and Carolyn Rosenberry

Barbara Steinkraus Patricia and Michael Benjamin Nirmala D. Bidani Helen B. Luongo Frank Morrow SUNY-Oswego

Mary Cochran Moulton Lawrence Moulton 25

John N. Thale Christina Simmons

Lucile Williams Marion G. and John M. Schultz Rose Wood Angel J. Levine Kathryn C. Woodward David D. Chaplin Chris Wright Larry Smith


the following contributions were received during the calendar year january 1 to december 31, 2011. Ambassadors of Reconciliation $2,500 and greater

Richard & Jan Deats

Laura Tiberti

Dwight L. Lawton

Paul R. & Nancy R. Dekar

Hazel Tulecke

Harold W. & Marilyn M. Lay

B. Andrew Dutcher

Rick & Kitty Ufford-Chase

John W. Lemly

Appleton Foundation

Ellen Fisk

Carolyn Kay Wheeler

Helen P. Lindsay

Frank & Blythe Baldwin

FOR - DC Chapter

Robert Barnett

FOR - Louisville Chapter

Walter E. & Gretchen L. Collins

Pursuers of Peace $500 to $999

Avery C. Manchester

Linda Gochfeld

Michael L. & Barbara J. Crosser

Annanelle Hardt

Ann Thacher Anderson

Charles-Gene McDaniel

Ernie Julius & Carolyn J. Davis

Home Rule Globally

James E. & Roxana M. Atwood

Marie Therese McDermit

Raymond Doherty

David & Alice Hornbeck

Daniel D. & Tina M. Beachy

Phil McManus

Fund for Nonviolence

James A. Joyce

Dennis Bolstad

James E. & Susan G. Murphy

Carolyn G. Hartnett

Ann Marie & John P. Judson

James P. Brent

Don & Nancy Nagler

Lynda L. Howland

Charles Keil

Allan & Peggy Brick

Samuel & Ruth Neff

J & L Foundation

Larry & Barbara Kerschner

Andrea Briggs

Jennifer H. & Scott J. Newell

LEPOCO

A. J. Kuntze II

June A. Butler

Conrad Nordquist

Mark C. & Mary B. Johnson

Gina Leonetti-Boonshoft

Duane L. & Sandra L. Cady

William Northrup

Robin Lloyd

Janet Leslie

Laurie F. Childers

Clarkson & Andrea Palmer

Loyola University Chicago

Ruth R. Maier

Stephen J. & Caroline Chinlund

William L. & Judythe Patberg

James R. Lynch

Louise & Michael Malakoff

Karen Chiu

Jimmy Peter

Alan Pfeffer

Gary & Betty Massoni

Church Women United in Austin

Katharine C. Pierce

Roseben Fund

Kathryn Mott

Marsha & Frank Cookingham

Robert & Carmen Riggs

Reijiro Shito

Albert P. Neilson

Allen & Joan Deeter

Carolyn Sener Rusk

Liesel Vidal

Joseph Podorsek

James & Elizabeth Deitz

Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting

Theodore von der Ahe

Cheryl B. Porter

Martha W. & Peter C. DiGiovanni

Dennis F. Saver

Louise Wicker & Dudley R. Hartel

Presbyterian Peace Fellowship

Mark & Diane Donovan

Delbert J. & Stella V. Schrag

Angela & Charles Williams

Presbytery of Sheppards & Lapsley

Jean Edwards

Alan & Lisa Shusterman

Kathlyn Yarzagaray

Constance Elizabeth Putnam

Jane & James Frankenberger

Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati

Richard M. Rustay

Michael & Carol Gass

St. Piran’s Church

Witnesses for Freedom $1,000 to $2,499

Betty B. Sawyer

Norman B. Gesner

Renee Stringham

Jennifer Schaal & Fred Wilson

Greater St. Louis Community

Joseph & Audrey Taylor

Adorers of the Blood of Christ

George E. Schindler

Arts Council of Rockland Inc.

Dale L. Ramsey & Sarah N.

Martin Rudolph & Florence Haase

Judith D. West

Charles & Joan Brown

Schindler

Walter W. Haines

Emmet Finlay & Betty N.

Beverly Busching

Betty Scholten

Lucy Lee Helm

Ken & Peg Champney

Jane Badger Simkin

Vernon L. Higginbotham

Joseph & Ruth Wimsatt

Harano E. & Margaret Childs

Nancy Somers

Marion & Steve Jacobsen

June K. Wink

Church of the Epiphany

Margaret K. Spallone

Gus B. Kaufman

Ralph S. & Gretka Y. Wolfe

Robert M. Cordova

Hans & Eleanor Spiegel

Paul L. Kingsley

James H. Wolgemuth

Scott E. Crom

Michael & Mary Swiontoniowski

Franklin & Martha Kuhlman

Leila Zand

John Lindsay-Poland

Foundation

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John Matthews

Seth & Mary Tyler

Whittlesey


Advocates for Justice $100 to $499

Jesse T. Arnold

Jeanne Q. Benoliel

Betty Brown

Constance Arnosti

Rosalie J. Bentzinger

Dennis & Sally Brown

Rosalind S. & Robert S. Abernathy

Nancy A. Arthur

Lloyd A. & Patricia Berg

Donald G. & Carol Anne Brown

Malik N. Abid

Bob Auerbach

Linda E. Bergh

Thomas & Kathy Brownfield

Mary Aborn-Hyatt

Virginia Auster

Bruce Berman

Timothy Buell

Jill Acheson

Richard S. Austin

Gabrielle Bershen

Larry & Laura Buffam

Eugene & Dorothy Ackerman

James A. Babson

Kevin Besse

Robert D. Bulkley

Patricia Ackerman

John F. Backe

Stephen & Joyce Best

Mary C. Bunting

Helen Ackerson

Bernie & Hennie Backer

Margaret Betz

Adolph & Rose Burckhardt

Sharon Adamsky

Stanley Bagley

Ernest P. Bicknell

Martha Burgess

Latif Ahmed

Martha Baldoni

Karen S. Billings

Lon Burnam

Charles Ainsworth

Amy Baldwin

Paul & Margaret Binder

Bruce Busching

Ata Akiner

Ferne Baldwin

Robert A. & Krista G. Binnie

John B. & Eleanor S. Butler

Albany Monthly Meeting

John & Sarah Ball

Eugene Birmingham

Wayne Butler

W. Watson & Marilyn Alberts

Conrad Balliet

Leonard & Judy Bjorkman

Andy & Betty Butterbaugh

Robert C. & Janet A. Aldridge

John & Elaine Bancroft

Janet Black-Yznaga

Nina Byers

Alan W. Alexander

Lorelle Banzett

Douglas & Maureen Blaine

Jonathan & Karis Cady

Valerie Alia

Richard H. Barber

Robert L. & Coke L. Blake

Robert & Margaret Cahalan

Karim & Ann L. Bragdon Alkadhi

Marc J. Baretz

Chris Blake

Tim Caldwell

Alexander & Sonia Alland

Jean & Elliott Barker

Richard B. & D. Elizabeth Blakney

Ruth E. Callard

Lawrence & Rosemary Alland

Sibylle J. Barlow

Robert W. & Laurel Blaney

Chuck & Sally Campbell

Mary Jane & Guy Almes

Alexander E. Barnes

Thomas Blank & Ilene Staff

Wilma Campbell

Violet M. Ames

Anne L. Barstow

Martha Tomhave Blauvelt

Cynthia & Dave Capone

Susan Amussen

Colette Bartholomew

Barrett H. & Mary L Bolton

Jennifer Carley

Mika Anami

Ann S. & David G. Barton

Betty & Dacey Booker

James H. & Patricia S. Carmel

Dorothy N. Andersen

Mariel Hess & Nash Basom

Dennis Boos

Larry Carney

Frank H. Anderson

Kenneth Basom

Patrick Bosold

Lydia Beth Caros

William H. Anderson

Henry & Suzanne Bass

Elizabeth Bottern

Alan E. & Ruth A. Carp

Anderson, Niebuhr &

Michael Batinski

Lura E. Bowin

William & Mary Carry

Sonia Baxter

Lawrence Bragman

Clyde & Karen Carter

Dave Andreotta

Elizabeth Drake Beck

Wilmer Brandt

Judith & Ronald Carter

Bonnie Angel

Palmer & Ardys Becker

William H. Brault

Judy Casassa

Athena Angelus

Jerry L. & Anna H. Bedford

Richard C. & Gertrude C. Braun

Jean K. Cassill

John W. Annas

Jane A. Beebe

Ann Brennan

Barbara Castro

Sharon Lee Annis

Dean & Reba Beery

Kate Anne Brennan

Linda & David Caughey

Mary Appelman

William & Hannelore Beittel

Betty J. Brenneman

Lynn M. Cawthra

Arkansas Coalition for Peace

Daniel M. & Sara N. Bell

Dennis & Pat Bricking

Patricia T. Chamberlin

Llewellyn W. Bell

Keith D. & Carole A. Briggs

Chester V. Chambers

Annette L. Benert

R. Edwards Brown

Suzannah Chandler

Associates, Inc.

and Justice James M. Armstrong

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David D. Chaplin

Barbara & Charles Cross

Gary E. Doupe

Becky & Jonathan Felton

John Cheeseman

Areta & C. R. Crowell

Daniel & Lee Drake

Albert W. & Clark W. Fenske

Jean S. Christianson

Jan B. Crumb

David E. Drake

A. Ione Ferguson

Pax Christi-Rochester

Betsy Cunningham

Ruth M. Drake

Marjorie M. Ferrari

Joanne Church

Kenneth & Sylvia Curry

Leo & Kay Drey

Ted & Jeanne Finlayson-Schueler

Richard & Janice Church

Gislin Dagnelie

John R. Dryden

Theodore C. & Deborah R. First

Church of the Ascension

Dorothy & Alfred Dale

Neville & Doreen D’Souza

Kathleen D. Fisher

Alfred & Gladys Claassen

Julia E. Damkoehler

Ralph & Christine Dull

Sue H. Fisher

Arthur W. Clark

Harry W. Daniell

Dorothy Taylor Duncan

David & Ruth Fitz

Sue Ruth Clark

John Dauer

Michael F. & Linda L. Dunn

Frances Sue Fitzgerald

Barbara Clawson

Sue Davidson

Carol M. Dwyer

Mary M. & Harvey K. Flad

Elizabeth G. Clegg

Cheryl K. Davis

Mary A. Earley

T. Richard Flaharty

Lawrence M. & Patricia Clemens

John Francis Davis

Frank Eastburn

Robert G. Fleagle

Bruce & Hanna Clements

Linda W. Davis

Anna Eddy

Bernard D. Fletcher

John & Jean Cobb

Melissa & Gordon Davis

Norman C. Eddy

Robert M. Flora

Mary C. Coelho

Virginia L. Davis

Jean L. Eden

Jack Hugh & Wendy Florin

Elizabeth Coker

Davis Friends Meeting

Noel H. Egensperger

FOR - Cape Cod Chapter

Brenda M. Collier

Joseph De Rivera

Peter J. & Jane M.Eichten

FOR - Western Washington

Clint Collins

Lindsay Dearborn

Edward & Susan Einowski

The Colorado College

Eleanor Debacher

John E. Eldridge

Catherine Marie Ford

Charles & Patricia Colson

Robert M. Decker

Charles A. Ellwood

Kenneth & Barbara Ford

Ralph & Joanne Comer

Shulamit Decktor

Elizabeth Ellwood

William H. Forthman

Community Mennonite Church

James A. Degel

Dana & Annie Elwell

Ray V. & Karen Foss

Community of Christ

Aaron Del Tredici

Judith Emmett

Jean E. Fox

Community United Church of

Keith L. & Jean H. Delap

Bruce Engelbert

Claske Berndes Franck

Marty Deming

Priscilla Eppinger

Mary-Ellen Francoeur

John V. Compher

Susan Denis

Dorothea Erichsen

Katherine Franger

Molly Cone

Frank Denton

Alice W. Erickson

Alan Frank

Jim & Susan Conn

Don Paul Deprez

Karen & Daniel Erlander

Catherine Frastaci

Frances G. Connell

Raymond DeRaymond

Heike M. Eubanks

Elizabeth & Glenn D. Frederick

Denise & William Conway

Robert & Judy D’Errico

Anthony J. & Jacqueline

Sally & Richard Fredericks

Robert O. Cooper

Charles & Judy Dick

Frances L. Copeland

Barbara Dickinson

Christine A. Evans-Klock

Morris D. Fried

Christopher Courtheyn

Leada L. Dietz

Cathy Whitmire & Tom Ewell

Friends General Conference

Charles & Bonnie Courtney

Robert B. Dockhorn

Victor P. & Collene H. Eyth

Michael Frome

Ruth Cranley

Ruth Doehring

Charlotte Fardelmann

John M. Fugitt

Altha J. Cravey

Carroll A. & Nan M. Doggett

Martha S. & Donald Farley

Ellen Furnari

Elizabeth M. Crofts

Thomas J. Dolan

Wilma L. Farmer

Janet & Richard Futrell

Jim & Tara Crosby

Thomas J. Dolan

Claire B. Feder

Emily & Janice K. Gallagher

Christ

Evangelista

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Chapter

Miles C. Freeman


Larry & Lenna Gara

Barbara & Harold Greenhut

Marguerite Hasbrouck

William & Alice Howenstine

Frances J. Garci-Aguirre

Thomas Greening

Rayko Hashimoto

Nancy A. Hubbe

Harold & Janet Garman

Frances Greenspan

Richard D. & Viola Hathaway

Elizabeth L. Huberman

Jerry & Martha Gatchell

David Grodsky

K. William Hauer

Barbara P. Hudgins

Frank M. Gatti

Linda Grove

Bruce & Ruth Hawkins

Sigmund N. Hudson

Frances & Vernon Gearhard

Mary & Dana Grubb

Robert J. Hayes

Sally & Karl Hufbauer

Kathleen Geissler

Aloys Conrad Gruber

Rosemary H. Hayes

Owen & Elaine Hughes

Fred W. Geldon

Frederic C. Guile

Douglas & Glenda Hayward

George Hunker

Dorothy Gerner

John Gunlogson

Jennifer Heckart

Constance J. & Thomas Hunter

James C. Gibbel

Jana D. Gunnell

Joseph E. & Joan G. Heckel

Dorothea R. Hunter

Mary C. Gibson

Joan Gussow

Mary Heckler

William P. & Margaret L. Huppuch

Gordon & Judith Gibson

Jean L. Guttman

Margareta & Charles Hedberg

Amir Hussain

David A. Gibson

Ray M. Gwinn

Jonathan M. Heller

Ervin L. & Joan B. Huston

Martha Gies

Douglas Haag

Judith Scherer Herz

Richard G. & Mary J. Hutchins

Jean C. Gillespie

Bertha Haas

Donna J. Hicks

Kyoko Iitaka

Cynthia Gillette-Wenner

Dennis Haas

Helene Ruth Hill

Steve Iliff

Roger Gilmore

Brian & Barbara Haggerty

Mary Lois & David L. Hilton

Donald & Grace Inglis

Ray C. Gingerich

Susan E. Haig

Barbara Hingston

Inland Valley Friends Meeting

Barbara Gingrich

Ronald & Jane Haldeman

Clinton & Nancy Hinman

Donald P. Irish

Jack & Rosemary Gleason

Brent Stuart Hall

Robert A. & Miriam E. Hively

Sandy & Deane Irving

William D. Glenn

Judy M. & Frederick Halley

Rowen M. Hochstedler

Janet E. Irwin

Frank & Kay Goetz

Martha T. Halsey

Len & Phyllis Hockley

Ithaca College

Owen Goldfarb

Dorcas M. Halverson

Lotte Hoffman

Ithaca Friends Meeting

Tom Goldpaugh

Joseph & Yvonne Hammerquist

Alice M. Hoffman

Susan Jacobs

Howard B. Goldstein

Harold & Mary Hanes

Carol Hoffman

Walt & Joan Jacoby

Daniel S. Goodman

Thomas & Margaret Hanks

Neva J. Hoffmeier

Paul G. Jantzen

John M Goodman

Michael & Susan Hanley

John F. Hoffmeyer

Patricia & Alain Jehlen

Maribeth Goodman

Robert F. Hanson

Kathleen Holcombe

Mary E. Jellema

Hazel & Hae Ahn Goodwin Kim

Helen S. Hardin

Sidney Hollander

Mary G. Jenny

Craig W. Gordon

Arlene & Ellis Harms

Z. N. & Charlene Holler

Celeste N. & Darwin D. Jirles

Charles & Charlotte Gosselink

Barbara G. Harris

Allen Holt

Robert & Ruthann Johansen

Arthur J. & Marlene Gotjen

Elizabeth D. Harris

Carolyn O. Hood

Anne H. & Arthur W. Johnson

Richard N. & Lucy G. Gould

Howard L. Harris

Jane H. Hope

Curtis A. Johnson

William & Charity Gourley

Jonathan F. Harris

Harold Horan

Donald Johnson

William Graf

Connie Hart

David Hostetter

Dora E. Johnson

James R. Graham

David A. Hart

Mary & Manford Hotchkiss

Gay Gilpin Johnson

Robert D. Grant

Scottie & Bruce Hart

Sarah Houck

Hollis M. Johnson

Johnnie A. Grebler

Sylvia L. Hart

George & Jean Houser

Justin M. & Florence L. Johnson

Naomi Paz Greenberg

David & Jan Hartsough

William J. Howe

Monica Johnson

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Lucas L. Johnson

Peter & Sonali Knotek

Eugene & Eloise Lichty

Donald B. Marti

Shirley R. Johnson

Elizabeth J. Koopman

Catherine Liddell

Joann Martin

Alan & Barbara Jones

Rowena P. Kratzer

E. James Lieberman

Martha E. Martin

Andrew M. Jones

Lawrence N. Kremer

Lois K. Lighthart

Paul A. Martin

Tedd Judd

Kent Kreuter

Walter & Conny Lindley

Linden P. Martineau

Mary Lou Jury

Amy Kuhn

Ann C. Lindsley

Mary Baton Marx

Lincoln B. Justice

Walter William Kuhre

Judith Liro

Jean Maryborn

Aryay Kalaki

Ken E. & Ruth A. Kulp

Frances M. Loberg

Agnes Maserjian

Kalamazoo Friends Meeting

John Eaton Kyle

Shirley Lock

William & Judith Matchett

Helen L. Karr

Jane H. Lago

Yvonne M. & Joseph P. Logan

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Robert D. Mabbs

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Carolyn Landrud

Helen M. Mac Lam

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Dennis & Joanne Keith

Lynn D. Lane

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Brendan & Rosemary McDermott-

Virginia C. & William Kelly

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Medford Monthly Meeting of the

Douglas & Marjorie Kinsey

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Therese Kirchner

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Lucy Leu

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Patricia Melgard

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Ilona R. Ries

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Tom O’Brien

Pettygrove Family

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Marilyn Robertson

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Julia Nelson

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Barbara Spring

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PB Schechter

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Christine Sproul

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Patricia A. & Tim L. Stalder

Frank & Nancy Tetz

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Susan Stanton

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Servs. of the Immaculate Heart of

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Mary

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Julie Bell

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Jane Baker

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C. Conrad & Catherine Wilcox-

Ruth Zalph

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Walter & Jacqueline Blue

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Tina Castanares

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Carol & Allan Drew

David L. Brandau

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Kim Driscoll

Shirley Brandes

Barry F. & Peggy J. Cavaghan

Kristen Dahle

Martha DuBarry

Robert M. & Lucinda H. Brashares

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Ellen Dugger

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Ingrid & Dario D’Angelo

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Rita Clark

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Robert T. & Annabel Clark

William & Lorraine D’Antonio

Iris Edinger

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Carol David

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Louise & Bill Bullock

Audrey M. Conant

Roberta A. Dayer

Walter F. Engel

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Nina B. De Fels

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Samuel B. Burgess

Camy Condon

Niels De Terra

Johanna Epstein

Barry Lee & Esther Burnside

Congregational Charity Committee

Mollie Decoster

Bruce & Jane Ergood

Martha Bushnell

David G. Conlin

Thomas E. DeCoursey

Gwen Erickson

Hope Zanes Butterworth

Robert H. Cooke

Ralph & Olha Della Cava

Edward L. Ericson

Gaston & Noreen Cadieux

Herbert Cooper

Steven & Laura Demuth

Jon M. Erikson

Camaldolese Hermits of America

Edward H. Corker

Jane & William Derrick

Leonard Evelev

Jim Campanella

Melinda Correll

Detroit Friends Meeting

Suzanne B. Ewing

J. Gary & Margaret C. Campbell

John P. & Betty J. Corry

Steven & Elizabeth Deutsch

Paul & Connie Farmer

Kathryn S. Campbell

Margaret F. Coston

Darlene Dillon

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Stanley E. Campbell

Dot Courtis

Dorothy Dinneen

Theodore & Jane Feierabend

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Margaret Gerring

Vincent J. Hardt

Charles H. Holzinger

Gordon Fellman

Alessio Giacomucci

Joanne K. Hardy

Stephen C. & Mary H. Hood

Michael K. Ferber

Dwight Gibb

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Hali & Dorothy Giessler

Hope D. Harle-Mould

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Barbara Filner

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Lyn Fine

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Otto Harrassowitz GMBH & CO. KG

Elizabeth Horsfield

Eva M. Fleischner

Robert & Lynn Gill

Merida & Louis Harrington

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Nancy H. Horvath

Virginia Floyd

Arnold J. Glasser

Nancy Harrison-Noonan

Robert A. Horwitz

Linda Sandoval Foley

Walter Glickman

Peter C. Hart

Hugh & Harriet Hostetler

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Kathy Fonte

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Louise M. Forscher

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Erin Hughes

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Robert A. Havlik

David M. Hulefeld

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David Gordis

Gloria Hawkinson

Shirley Huneven

Elvin D. Frantz

Robert Goren

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Katharine A. Hunter

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William & Gerry Gorman

Jean Haynes

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Tom Head

Thomas & Virginia Hutsell

Donald E. Frey

Nettie Green

Thomas F. Heck

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Mark W. Frey

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Diane Friedman

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Robert Frueh

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Carole Isakson

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Charles Jackson

Vanessa T. & Michael M. Fuson

Wayne C. & Lynette E. Guyer

Rachel & John Heuman

Cathy & Jefferson Jacobs

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Frederic Hicks

Margo R. Janke

Martha E. Gale

Sylvia Haase

Jane G. Hiers

Sydney W. Jarvis

Stephen I. Gallant

Abigail C. Hafner

Walter A. Hill

Helen F. Jasa

Zona & Omer Galle

John R. Hall

Jane Hinds

J. Timothy Johnson

Margaret C. Gallinger

Marissa Hall

Lawrence & Doreen Hinshaw

Marjorie Johnson

John B. & Nancy S. Gallini

Thomas C. & Lorina A. Hall

James Hirabayashi

Ellen Johnson-Fay

Constance Moore Gardner

Nancy & Stanley Handmaker

John L. Hjelt

Carol J. Johnson-Miller

Wendy Clarissa Geiger

Joan M. Haner

Melissa Hochstetler

William D. & Ann L. Jones

Virginia & John Geils

Suzy & Tim Hanigan

Virginia Hoffman

Rosa Julstrom

Frances Genung

Meredith Hanrahan-Boshes

Kyle Holberg

Jeffrey & Stacey Kach

Dawn George

Dean Hansell

Christine Holden

Mary Kambic

Dorothy Gerken

Kenneth R. & Betty C. Hanson

Bill Holland

Suzy T. Kane

Elizabeth B. Gerlach

Nancy Hanson

Joseph W. & Melba T. Holt

Charles E. Karl

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Benjamin Kuipers

Judy Llewellyn

Mary H. McLaughlin

Martha J. Karnopp

Frances A. & Mitchell Kurker

Thomas B. Lloyd

Ed & Ellen McManus

Leah R. Karpen

Lois Kuster

Kristin E. Loebbecke

Colleen McNamara

Sherry Kasukonis

David L. Lahman

Lucy Mish Logan

Julie McNaughton

J. Edward Kautz

Joseph P. Lalka

Bernard E. Long

Stephen McNeil

Mearl Marie K. Keithahn

Suzanne Lamborn

Beverly & Don Long

Donald M. McPherson

Frank R. Keller

George M. Landes

John R. Long

Mary Jo Meadow

Brian S. Kelley

Dale E. & Barbara L. Landis

Marjorie Long

W. Thomas Mecouch

Frances & Howard Kellogg

Caroline Lane

Julia Dorsey & David Loomis

Melaugh Family

Herbert C. Kelman

Ellen Langsather

Karen L. Loomis

Liberty Melly

Kristin Kennedy

Nancy L. Lapp

Kathleen Lorence-Flanagan

Ann Catherine Menninger

Carole J. & Clarence Kent

Joan B. Lare

Nancy S. Lovejoy

Stephen K. Mershon

Lois Kenyon

Las Cruces Friends Meeting

Betty L. Lovett

Ethel P. Metcalfe

John B. Kerber

Robert Laubach

Judy Lowe

Bernard E. Meyer

Virginia & Richard Kerner

Candace Lautt

Vincent & Lois Lunetta

Arlene Meyerhofer

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Lance E. Laver

Charles Lutz

Jeffrey Meyers

David Allen Killian

Patricia Lavery

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Gaia Mika

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Patricia C. Layton

Christa Macbeth

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Karen Ledger

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Marydell Faith & Life Center

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Lepoco

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Paul W. McCloskey

Peter & Sharon Moller

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June E. Licence

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Monastery of Saint Gertrude

Eunice K. Kraybill

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David Lindsay

Robert H. McKay

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Alan J. & Ruth Ann Kromholz

Kathryn Linhardt

Jean McLaughlin

Charles A. & Ruth J. Moorer

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Alice B. Phalan

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Margaret E. Moriarty

Tom O’Neil

Rachel Astarte Piccione

John M. Reinke

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Allen J. O’Neill

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Michael P. O’Reilly

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Religious Society of Friends

Mary Lee Morrison

Nancy Osborn

Diane K. Pike

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Bob Morse

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Betty Pagett

Margaret Podlich

Louanne P. Rice

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Amy W. Paige

Robert R. Podzikowski

Maxim Karl & Nancy Rice

Thomas Mulhern

Joseph & Mary Palen

Murray & Louise Polner

Judith E. Rich

James Munves

Jan Paley

Sharon Pontier

Robina Ingram Rich

Michael J. Murphy

Meg K. Palley

Mart Gayland Pool

Jerald & Ann Richards

Anne & Vincent Murray

Paul G. Palmer

Shirley & Keith Porter

Jayne E. Riggs & Stan Sivesind

Katharine D. Myers

Waldemar Palutke

Paul K. Praus

Suzanne Riverman

Emery & Connie Nanasy

Barbara R. Pampalone

Judith Pressmar

Evelyn K. Robb

Lucille Nassery

Charles Paolino & Pamela Yee

Emily B. Preston

Patience Leiden Robbins

Nancy L. Neiman-Hoffman

Marjorie & George Parker

Alta L. Price

Jean Roberts

Linda J. Neitman

William & Larae Parry

Bruce & Virginia Pringle

Robert Robey

Jane V. Nelson

Albert W. & Dorothy F. Parsons

Carol Proietti

Susan Robinson

Ray A. Nelson

E. Spencer Parsons

Robert Provasoli

Roger & Olive Robison

Merwyn & Barbara Nelson

Connie M. Pascale

Lilith Quinlan

Joy & Gilbert Robledo

Allan & Aileen Nettleton

Zach Patberg

Tashi Rabten

Rockland Center for Spiritual

Peter Neumann

Jean P. Patterson

John C. Raby

Janet Gay Newman

Marcia I. Paullin

Bruce W. Radtke

Kathryn Rodriguez

Sally Nichols

John M. & Christine Payden-Travers

Irene Radtke

Jane & Joseph Roehrig

Patrick Noda

Charles B. & Evelyn Payson

Elizabeth A. Raid

Mary Janette Rogers

Dave & Ruby Nofziger

Rick & Kathleen Pearce

Doris Rainville

John K. & Nancy B. Rohde

William & Patricia Nottingham

Steve Peck

Timothy Rand

Jennie Roitman

Alfred P. & Betty L. Nyce

Ruth E. Peeples

Allan & Edwina Randall

Earl & Marilyn Rose

Samuel P. Oast

John Pegg

Francis Ballard Randall

Wolfgang H. Rosenberg

Molly Oberbillig

Betsy Peirce

Elizabeth J. Rankow

Stephen & Lynn Rossiter

Frederick G. Oberg

Cynthia L. Pendergrast

Dana Raphael

Elisabeth Zinck Rothenberger

Barbara H. O’Connell

Anjeanette L. Perkins

Emilie A. Rasmussen

Arnold & Betty Rots

Fran O’Connor

Jerome B. Perkins

Thomas M. Rauch

Richard Rottkov

Francis & Lenora O’Donnell

Gerri Perreault

The Rawson Family

Alicia Rowe

Robert William Ohlerking

Paulann Petersen

Martin & Kay Ray

Anna Rudin

Lucienne Okeefe

L. Dana Petersen

Don & Betty Rea

Judith Rudolph

Laird Okie

Dean A. & Elaine E. Peterson

Reading Monthly Meeting of

Robert & June Russell

George A. Oldham

Robert A. Peterson

Claudene Oliva

Robert C. Peterson

Friends Shelley C. Reece 37

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Lois Rutt Rosemary G. Ryan


Katharine W. Rylaarsdam

Alice Siegfried

Jacqueline Stover

Margery M. Tonks

David Sabold

Joey Sinreich

Mariola Strahlberg Kind

Jack & Marian Totheroh

Nancy King Saenz

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Caroline & Roger Strauss

Elizabeth & John Towey

Sami I. Said

Sisters of Saint Joseph of Peace

Shirley & Harold Strom

Kenneth & Marilynn Trauger

Anne Saint Germain

Sisters of St. Benedict

Loraine S. Stuart

John Traversa

Katherine Salinaro

Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester Inc.

Richard & Ruth Stuart

Betsie & Robert Tremant

Sarah Saul

Stan Sivesind

Jennifer R. Stucker

Judith & Peter Trenholme

Elaine Saum

John Skelly

Al Stumph

Thelma Triplett

James J. Saxon

Dolores Skerritt-Seskin

Edward C. Sullivan

Nelly Trocme-Hewett

Anne Sayre

Janey Skinner

Alan Sussman

Warren & Martha Tropf

Leon Scales

William H. Slavick

Sarah Swanby

Jane W. & Charles W. Tuck

Prudence & James Scarritt

Samuel N. Slie

Pat Swanton

William F. & Patric Turner

Marilyn & Thomas Schaub

William & Katherine Sloan

Miriam & David Swartz

Robert & Olive Turnipseed

Robert S. Scherr

David A. & Dorothy R. Smith

Judy & Dennis Sweeney

Dorothy Van Dyck

Jackie G. Schirn

Dorothy R. Smith

John G. Swomley

Ruth & Glenn Van Haitsma

Charles & Jean Schmidt

Gordon R. & Frances B. Smith

Susan Sylvan

Laurel B. Van Ham

Joel Schmiegel

Lois Smith

Compton & Ed Sylvest

David & Karin Van Strien

Franz M. Schneider

Peter Somers

Ana C. Tafur-Shahin

Helen H. & Marvin L. Van Wyck

Marion G. & John M. Schultz

Robert & Linda Spangler

Carolyn & John Tamblyn

Audrey Vanderhoof

John & Ann Schuster

David & Barbara Sparling

Bruce Tamlyn

Ruth H. Varney

Gary & Judith Schwab

Douglas D. & Alice C. Speers

Nancy Tate & Tom Stinnett

Donna & Demetri Vasiliades

Janet B. Schwarz

Peter H. Spendelow

A. Jeff & Kate Taylor

Melinda Veatch

Patricia C. Schwarzlander

Gina Spigarelli

William R. & Barbara F. Taylor

Ariel M. Vegosen

Raiford C. Scott

James Spitzkeit

Steven Taylor-Roth

Marcia Vickery

Laroy E. & Mary F. Seaver

Janice Jean Springer

Nick Teoh

Gilbert H. & Dorothy Vieira

Isadore Seeman

St. Scholastica Monastery

George W. Tessaro

Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis

Elizabeth Segal

Jane T. Stanton

Ann L. Thomas

Erika M. Voss

Maynard S. Seider

Evelyn Staus

Alice Thompson

Barbara Wade

Burt & Emily Shachter

Lee Steelman

Edward J. & Jacquelyn Thompson

Paul J. Wagner

Ellie Calvert Shacter

Charles Stefanek

Mary & Bob Thompson

Paul & Mary Wagoner

Daniel W. Shay

Norma J. Stephens

Richard R. & Ellen H. Thompson

William & Eleanor Wainwright

Linda L. Sheehy

Jean M. Stern

Sara Thomsen

David Walker

Jane & Vance Shepard

Ruth H. Stern

Constance C. Thurber

Mary Wessel Walker

J. Barrie & Mhairi Shepherd

Barbara C. Sterrett

Nancy & John Thursby

William O. Walker

Carolyn W. Shilling

William A. Sterrett

Grace W. Tiessen

Frank & Joyce Warren

Mary & Henry Shoiket

Charles C. Stewart

Robert Tiller

Larry J. Warshaw

Richard E. Shore

Edwin & Jessica Stickney

Richard & Barbara Tittle

Thomas & Kathleen Washburn

Dazzle Shrestha

Bruce R. Stock

James Allen Tober

Allyson Watts

Brenda Shrobe

Robert & Sally Stoddard

Mary L. Toland

Marjorie P. Wazeka

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Dale M. Weatherspoon

Linda & Delmar Yoder

Kathleen & David Bellefeuille-Rice

Cordelia Burpee

J. Richard & Margaret Weaver

Candace & Roy Young-Schult

Elinor & Sam Benedict

Phyllis C. Byerly

Mitchell W. & Maureen Webb

Joseph Yutsus

Valerie Bengal

Mary Foster Cadbury

Frank & Barbara Weber

Ellen & Leonard Zablow

Nathaniel & Mary Bercovitz

Joe Callizo

Mary Tupper D. Webster

Charlotte Zerbe

Phyllis P. Berentsen

Joyce & Ernest Carlson

A. Dewayne Wee

Jervis Zimmerman

Juliet R. Bernstein

Carole Carlson

Rick B. Weinberg

James L. & Betty J. Zimmerman

Barry N. & Juanita L. Bishop

Jim Carlstedt

Sarah Weintraub

Otto Zingg

Mary Alice Bishop

Rachel E. Caton

Helen Black

Reuben Chapman

Debra Weiss

Agents of Change $25 to $49

Beatrice & Judd Blain

Estelle Charles

Raymond E. Welch

Judith Blanchard

Martha Churchyard

Diana G. Westbrook

8th Day Center for Justice

Claire Bloom

Thomas H. Cleary

Robert & Janet Whitaker

Angela L. & Matthew Adams

Richard Bloom

Carol Coakley

Anne Julie White

Patch Adams

Sonia D.Blumenthal

Pamela Wynette Coburn

Grace B. White

Cornelia & Willard Albertus

Eleanor & George Bollag

Ronald Cohen

Steven & Emilia White

John Alexandra

Deborah G. Bonell

Helen & James Coleman

David White & Mary Gilbert

Elizabeth T. Alseth

William & Florence Boos

Walter & Patricia Colteryahn

Jan Wilbur

Ellen F. Althouse

Boundary Peace Initiative

Marianne Comfort

Ian Wilder

Thomas S. Ambler

Ruth M. Brandon

Community of Saint Francis

Lyle Wilgenbusch

Joan W. Anderson

Erik Breilid

Joel Conn

Karen Wilkinson

Walter & Melinda Andrews

Diane B. Brelsford

Wayne M. Conner

Debra A. Will & David Thomas

Charles Appel

Chris & Patricia Briggs

Jean L. Connor

Stephen & Elizabeth Willey

Peter Arnold

Mark Briggs

John William Conrad

John M. Williams

Katharine & Don Arsem

Paul & Helen Brink

Juanita C. Contreras

Robert Williams

Carol Ascher

Shirley F. Brooks

Betty Cooper

Robert & Joanne Williams

Ardyce J. Asire

Robert M. Brown

David L. & Barbara L. Corcoran

Robert C. Williamson

Jody A. Atkinson

Carl & Anita Bruch

Nancy P. & Frederick Costello

Deborah S. Willis

Mary Margaret Bailey

Jean Bruner

Joanna Courteau

Richard B & Betty E Willson

John & Deborah Ball

Jim Brunke

Peter Cousins

Janney & Jean Wilson

Louise Gomer Bangel

Russell Brutsche

James R. Crawford

Ronald Winslow Wilson

Elizabeth Barton

Mary G. Bryan

Richard R. Crocker

Frank H. & Raquel K. Wood

Michael Bass

Heather Anne Bryga

April Hall & Craig Hall Cutting

Margaret Ellis Wood

Larry Bassett

Elizabeth E. Buchanan-Wollaston

Herbert Dalin

David C. Woolman

Barbara L. Battin

Steven A. Budas

Pam Daly

Liz & John Workman

Raymond H. & Grace L. Bazmore

Henry S. & Sara E. Burden

Jane J. & Robert T. Dann

Phillys Wright

Paul R. Beach

Janet Burdick

Neena Das

Edward W. Wuest

Penelope & John Beasley

John R. Burke

Mary Davies

Dolly & David Yates

Harvey W. Beier

Leonard B. & Mildred Burkhardt

Stanley Dawson

Anne Marie Yoder

Jeffery L. & Sandra Belden

Bruce W. Burley

Ana K. De Give

Ruth Weizenbaum

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Lorenz & Heather De Vries

Diana & Robert Forman

Bob Hanson

Margaret Hutchinson

Ardeth M. Deay

FOR - Missouri Chapter

Kenneth Harper

Elizabeth Hykes

John & Joy Deharpporte

Kenneth Frank

Robin F. Harper

Jane A. Ingerson

Frances F. Delahanty

Miriam Fredenthal

Richard & Alice Harrington

Intercommunity Justice & Peace

Judith Deutsch

Francis & Ann Frellick

Annabel S. Hartman

Kenneth Deveney

Robert & Rochelle Friedman

Georgeann Hartzog

Kenneth E. Irrgang

Diane DeVries

Friends House Council

Deborah & Peter Haviland

Philip Isely

Joyce Dietrich

Glenn & Kay Fuller

Ernest M. Hawk

Stanley S. Jacobs

Herbert L. Doggett

Sandra L. Furumoto

Robert J. Hawthorne

Marion Janikowski

Ethel D. & John T. Doherty

Marie R. Galda

Joel Hayden

Bill & Lois Johnson

Dominican Sisters of Peace, Inc.

Luanne Pasik & Kent Gale

Dale C. Hayes

Lorraine D. Johnson

Bertram & Marjory Donn

Cathleen Gallander

Edith M. Hebel

Louise E. Johnson

Rosemary Donnell

Lila M. Gardner

Porter M. Hedge

Ronald & Elaine Johnson

Elaine Douglass

Jo Anne Garrett

Suzanne F. Hedrick

Virginia & Ed Johnson

Barbara A. Drake

Karen Garvin

Edward & Mary Heininger

Cynthia B. Jones

Nancy & Robert Drennen

Carol A. Geckler

Patricia J. Hennessy

John & Margaret Jones

Elsie Manny Eads

Winifred Gegg

Joyce S. Herman

Karla Lee Jones

Dan & DeAnn S. Ebener

Everett & Rachel Gill

Naida Hernandez

Marilyn Jurich

Robert Eckersley

Mary A. Giordmaine

Arthur & Hildegard Herz

Francine C. Justa

John Elfrank

Emmanuel Gitlin

Mary B. & Frank B. Herzel

Frank L. Kahl

Sarah Emmel

Minerva Glidden

John & Dorothy Herzog

Marilyn & Bob Kaiser

Hermann & Luise Engelhardt

Fern Goering

Kristin Herzog

Edward K. Kaplan

Ann F. Eno

Robert H. Goetz

Richard Vanden Heuvel

May Miller Katz

Amy G. Epstein

Terry H. Goodwin

Muriel S. Hiatt

Hannah Keevil

Linda Ewald

Sallie E. & Alan S. Gratch

William M. Hodsdon

Brett M. Kelver

Nancy Faunce

Ruth Graves

Jack & Lee Hoefer

Natalie K. Kempner

Donald R. Fellers

Wallace Gray

Gary Holmes

Evelyn Kennenwood

Lawrence C. & Anna Ferguson

David M. Graybeal

Mary Lou Holt

Dan Kenney

David Fersh

Charles H. Greene

Khristine Hopkins

Sharon L. Kermiet

Lee N. Fich

Linda & William Greene

Abram M. Hostetter

Alexander Levering Kern

Marlin A. & Lois J. Field

Mary Jo Greil

Joan & Rodney Houck

Elaine Kihara & David Sweet

Maylin Harden Fisher

Kenneth K. Grenz

Robert W. & Beverly Houghton

James G. King

Carol L. Fitch

Roberta R. Gribbon

Charles F. Howlett

Lowell V. Kingsley

Leslie G. Fleet

Joe & Jean Gump

John G. Huddleston

Ross & Gloria Kinsler

Robert S. Fleishman

Bert D. Gunn

John L. Hudson

Jane Klassen

James Flynn

David M. Hadley

Yolanda Huet-Vaughn

Roberta Knowlton

Michael Fogler

Joan Hagner

Mary Jane Humkey

Verleah Brown Kosloske

Genevieve Folkert

Flora B. Hall

Martha Hunkins

Janan G. Kramer

Charles P. Forbes

Phyllis & Charlie Hanna

Pauline Hunt

Rachel W. Kreider

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Louis Kriesberg

Fred Madeo

Loren Metzger

Kesaya E. Noda

Madonna & Thomas Kuciejczyk-

Fred A. Magley

Paul Michabofsky

John O. H. Noer

Peter Mahoney

John H. Michener

Betty Norbeck

Rebecca & Reno Kuehnel

Mary Makofske

Carl E. & Nancy O. Miller

Mary A. & Paul E. Nordeen

Janice Kurzweil

Anthony & Marilyn Malone

Carole & Sid Miller

James O’Callahan

John LaHoud

Trudy Maloney

Larry & Dorothy Miller

Lynn F. Olson

Louis Landon

Elizabeth A. Mann

Martha S. Miller

Irfan Omar

Bruce E. Pacho Lane

Tosi Marceline

Norman Millett

Ann T. O’Neill

Katherine Cech & Robert Latonio

W. Eugene March

Robert P. Minichiello

Rosemarie Pace

William E. Lee

Louise H. Marker

Nancy J. Mitchell

Irene Palmer

Mary Jean Leeper

Morton J. Marshack

Carol Moeller Costa

T. Vail Palmer

Grace T. Lefever

Jerry & Fran Marton

Cynthia & Ron Moe-Lobeda

Elizabeth Parillo

Janet & Joseph Leiper

Jim & Jenna Martin

Jean Mohr

James V. Parker

Fred C. Leone

John W. Martin

Alfred Molison

Marjorie Parris

Nancy C. Lesher

Robert J. & Suzanne L. Martin

Jean M. Mont-Eton

Eric & Christina Parsons

Gerson T. & Debbie Lesser

Chalmer S. & Alice Mastin

Curt Moody

Elmo & Ella M. Pascale

Lucinda Leugers

Mary Jo Matheny

Anne Moore

Albert & Marcia Paschkis

Diana Leventer

Margaret Matlin

Barry L. Moore

Robert Paviour

David L. Levering

Barbara May

Sharon B. Moore

Edgar C. Peara

Mary Liston Liepold

Ray L. Maynard

Michael J. Moran

Christopher Peditto

Joyce & Ted Liljeholm

Tolbert McCarroll

Chula & Hubert Morel-Seytoux

Klaus Penzel

Robert H. Linsey

Patricia McCarty

Kayren B. Morrill

Madeline & Victor Perkins

Cecile B. Litherland

Velma M. Duell McConnell

William K. Morris

Verda Mae Peters

Dorothy Lockhart

David W. McFadden

Tom Morrison

Betty F. Peterson

Kristin K. Loken

Megan McKenna

Daniel Moses

Mary Jo Pfander

Rowena Long

Alan McKersie

John A. Moss

Linda M. Phillips-Ellsworth

Jenifer H. Louden

Megan L. McMorran

Margaret O. Moyer

Roy L. Piepenburg

Peter W. Lovejoy

Geraldine S. McNabb

R. Joris & Marylynne Mueller

Ruth & Mike Podolin

Heather S. Lovett

Robert D. & Sara A. McNeil

Romayne Mueller

Raphael L. Podolsky

Mary Lou Lovette

Lee McRae

Tilly Muller

Robert Pollard

William J. Lucero

David R. Meade

Tim & Bev Musser

Joe T. & Claudia W. Porter

Bev Ludwig

Virginia Meagher

Michael N. Nagler

Walter & Mary Lynn Porter

B. Kurt Ludwig

Medical Mission Sisters

J. Philip Neal

Bill Potter

Wilson B. & Mary A. Lutz

Barbara Medina

Kathryn Nehrbass

Nancy A. Potter

Laura Lynch

Carolyn & Myron Meier

Mary Nelson

Jeanne A. Powers

Patrick M. Lyons

Miguel Tad Melbin

Lewis R. & Nancy J. Nelson

Paul & Mary Margaret Pruitt

Louise Macchia

Virginia S. Meloney

Carol G. Newman

Phyllis Putnam

Joan & Wallace MacDonald

Mary Menges-Myers

Mildred S. Newman

David Pybus

W. Bruce Mackenzie

Carol A. Meredith

Lafayette H. & Maym Noda

Alan B. Ranford

Kernan

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Pamela B. Ray

Ann Herbert Scott

Pablo Stone

Paul D. Werner

Daphne M. Raz

Barbara J. Scott

Roger L. & Carol H. Stoughton

M. Jenelyn Wessler

Judith Reed

Perry & Lisa Scott

Francyl E. Streano

Walter Carr West

Thomas Reed O’Beirne

Ronnie Scotkin

Charles R. & Mary L. Swift

Ruth E. Westmoreland

William Edwin Reish

Frances & Bradbury Seasholes

James E. Syphers

Lois D. & Robert H. Whealey

Harold & Doris Render

Vivian Sedney

Vicki Tamoush

Catherine Wheeler

Jes Richardson

Louis Seeger

Richard R. Taylor

John & Loretta White

Frederick L. Rickleff

Eric Seibert

Silvia Tennenbaum

Tom & Darlene White

Edith & Christopher Roberts

Roberta G. Selleck

Elisabeth H. Thayer

Frances Wilkin

Patricia M. Roberts

Julian P. & Barbara S. Sellers

Thoburn & Marjorie Thompson

Bruce & Phyllis Willett

Joan Robins

Janet & Martin Seltman

Jessica Tomb

Laura Cean Wilson

Terry Kay Rockefeller

Duane L. Shaneyfelt

John Towey

Douglas & Carol Wingeier

Suzanne M. Rogalin

William Howard Shannon

Nelda J. Trent

Patrica A. Wixon

Barbara & Thomas Rona

Carolyn D. Shellenberger

Bethene Trexel

Kenneth & Wicky Woerthwein

Vince J. Rosato

Kathleen K. Shepherd

Lisa Tsetse

Gabriele E. Wohlauer

Colleen Rose

Paul Sheridan

Bernard D. Tuchman

R.E. Wolf

Renate S. Rose

Rebecca & Paul Shoaf Kozak

Frederick & Kay Turk

Rick Wolfe & Janis Schmitz

Ray S. Roulette

Frank & Mary Siegle

Glennette & Albert Turner

Dale F. Wolfgram

Linda Rowold

Richard A. Signore

David Warren Tutein

Gwen Wolverton

William E. Rupel

Judith Simmons

Tracy F. Tyler

Susan Woodling

Hannah R. Russell

Sylvia L. Simms

Gloria H. Upper

Theodore Wright

Natalie A. Russell

Jo Sippie-Gora

Patricia & William Van Cleve

Ursula E. & Hans M. Wuerth

June A. Rusten

Michael Skweir

Donna Marie Van Grinsven

Prudence & Edward Yelinek

Carla Rutter

Twila Slind

Jan Van Schaik

Ruth W. Young

Juliana W. Sabini

Jenella M. Smith

Jill C. Vecoli

Bernard & Jeanne Yurke

Ingrid Wendt & Ralph J. Salisbury

Nathaniel B. Smith

Jane Volckhausen

D. Ann & Harold L. Zimmerman

Hugh & Barbara Sanborn

Robert W. Smith

Kathy Voss-Jensen

William C. Sanford

Rosemary H. Smith

Bobbie Vosters

Sally Saulvester

Samuel & Marion Snipes

Ken & Ruth Wait

Renatha Saunders

Edith S. Speert

Ingrid T. Waithe

Harold & Kathy Saunders

Sandra M. Spencer

Loretta Walker

Laura L. & James J. Savage

Alan Spivack

Thomas & Marilyn Wallner

Sally Savage

Susan C. Spivack

Brian J. J. Ward

Jonathan Savrin

Robert & Monine Stebbins

Virginia M. Warfield

Joan Schatz-Meagher

Brian J. Stefan-Szittai

Julie Waters-Barcomb

Peter Schenck

William A. Steinem

Lucretia Way

Dennis & Helen Schmidling

Peter Stettenheim

Joanne Goulart Weber

Andrew & Nancy T. Schoerke

Marjorie Stevens

Sue Wedel

Anthony J. Schumacher

Doddie L. Stone

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Reconciliation

working for peace, justice and nonviolence since 1915

Celebrating 100 years in 2015

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phone

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Annual Report: 2011 (print version)  

The annual report of the Fellowship of Reconciliation for 2011, in full-page format for easy printing.

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