Anniversary year

75 years for peace and justice

Since 1943, the FCNL community has lobbied Congress to advance peace and justice.

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Updates & Resources

  1. Update Dreamer Protection: State of Play and How You Can Engage 

    There has been a flurry of activity over the past few weeks as members of Congress are faced with a narrowing window of time to address the fate of undocumented youth. A critical juncture is today, January 19, when two-thirds of Congress must sign off on a bill to keep the government funded through midnight.

  2. Statement FCNL Rejects President’s Comments on Haiti, El Salvador, African Countries 

    President Trump’s reported characterization of Haiti, African countries and other nations as “s***holes” is reprehensible, racist, and dehumanizing for the citizens of those countries.

  3. Event Discerning Priorities with Joy! 

    January 25, 2018 Conference Call

    Join FCNL's Christine Ashley and Friends from Field Committee to learn how Quakers will shape FCNL's legislative work in 2018-2019 -- and how you can participate.

  4. Because of You

    Your support makes it possible to advocate for peace, justice, and an earth restored.

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  1. Where witness meets advocacy: FCNL's new Quaker Welcome Center on Capitol Hill. Learn more 
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  1. What's Ahead in 2018 for Congress 
    1. Conference Call: January 23, 8 p.m. Eastern
  2. Discerning Priorities with Joy! 
    1. January 25, 2018 Conference Call
  3. Spring Lobby Weekend 
    1. March 17-20, 2018 in Washington, DC

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