Elections 2020

As Quakers and people of faith we remain committed to the full participation of all of us in the upcoming elections. Check out these resources to guide you before, during, and after Nov. 3.

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Updates & Resources

  1. Update Staying Engaged Through the Election 

    The president of the United States refuses to say whether he will accept the result of the election, refuses to disavow armed white supremacist groups, and, in the midst of a pandemic, encourages efforts to make voting more difficult.

  2. Washington Newsletter Washington Newsletter: Fierce Love Now and Forever 

    In these troubled times, it’s not surprising that people are anxious, gripped with uncertainty.

  3. Update Time for a Supreme Court fight, but not for pandemic relief? 

    Last week, President Trump abruptly ended negotiations on another COVID-19 relief package. Since then talks gave been on and off again several times, but the prognosis for a deal does not look good. This is devastating news—especially for the millions of people unable to pay rent, without work, and struggling to feed their families.

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      Hassan El-Tayyab: Who is Profiting from the War in Yemen? 
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      2. October 16, 2020
      Despite Failure on COVID-19 Relief, Congress Extends Pandemic EBT 
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      2. October 16, 2020
      Remembering the Roots of Quaker Advocacy 
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FCNL Events

Join a community of friends in events around the country.

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  1. Quakers Changing Government: Past, Present, and Future 
    1. Online | Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m. EDT
  2. After Election Day: Two Ways to Connect 
    1. Online | November 4 & 5, 2020
  3. Annual Meeting and Quaker Public Policy Institute 2020 
    1. Online | November 14-17, 2020
  4. Lobby Congress From Home  
    1. Make your voice heard safely and effectively. Organize your own virtual lobby visit!

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