FCNL welcomed important legislation to investigate and address the atrocities committed at Indian boarding schools throughout the US in the 19th and 20th centuries.
FCNL urges lawmakers to permanently extend pro-family tax credits that have repeatedly proven effective in preventing poverty.
In a new study, Salih Booker of the Center for International Policy and Diana Ohlbaum of the Friends Committee on National Legislation explain how the current, militarized U.S. approach to “national security” perpetuates racism and causes immense harm to people of color at home and abroad.
In a meeting closed to the public, the Senate Armed Services Committee approved a bill adding a massive $25 billion to President Joe Biden’s already bloated Pentagon budget request.
FCNL applauds today’s vote in the House to repeal the outdated and overstretched 2002 AUMF used for the Iraq War.
FCNL joined more than 100 national organizations in signing a letter to President Biden urging him to block the delivery of $735 million in weapons to Israel.
FCNL joined more than 100 national organizations in signing a letter to President Biden urging him to block $735 million in weapons to Israel.
Washington, DC – The Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation, Demand Progress, and Just Foreign Policy have teamed up with Actor and humanitarian Mark Ruffalo and the creators of the 2021 Oscar-nominated film HUNGER WARD, to urge President Biden to convince Saudi Arabia to immediately lift its inhumane blockade of Yemen.
FCNL commends the House of Representatives for passing the American Dream and Promise Act of 2021.
The Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) called on the Senate to pass the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021 (H.R.1620) after the House passed it today. FCNL strongly supports the tribal provisions in the bill.
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