Urge Congress to call for an immediate ceasefire to prevent further civilian harm.
The U.S. government has the capacity and responsibility to administer and maintain efficient and just migration rather than relying on costly, antiquated migration management approaches that abandon its asserted legacy as a country of immigrants.
Peacebuilding and conflict prevention programs reduce violent conflict and human suffering while saving taxpayer dollars. Yet, U.S. support for this work has been persistently underfunded.
We urge Congress to introduce and pass the Yemen War Powers Resolution to terminate unauthorized military involvement in the Saudi-led coalition’s war and blockade.
This program provides lifesaving benefits to Americans who, since 1945, have suffered directly from the expansion of the U.S nuclear weapons industry.
For decades policymakers have debated how to address the epidemic of gun violence inflicting hundreds of communities across the United States. A new solution, one led by communities, offers a way forward: violence interrupter programs. Violence interrupters mitigate violence before it happens, eliminating the need for police intervention.
From the early 1800s through the 1960s, Christian churches collaborated with the government to create hundreds of boarding schools for Native American children. The conditions at these institutions were horrific—yet, the federal government has never conducted a full exploration of the harms and impacts of this federal policy.
As a Quaker organization, FCNL opposes all war. As a matter of public policy, we believe Congress must debate and vote before the president commits our military to lethal action and should regularly evaluate and vote on whether to continue ongoing U.S. wars.
As one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases, the Unites States has a moral responsibility to assist the developing countries bearing the worst impacts of the climate crisis.