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Seeds of Hope in Oklahoma

​From April 11 to April 13, we had the privilege of immersing ourselves in the Oklahoma City metro area, thanks to the warm welcome extended by the members of the Norman Friends Meeting. This journey to Oklahoma was an incredible collaborative experience that filled both of us with inspiration and hope. We traveled to talk with the people of Oklahoma and explore how we could work together on the many intersecting issues we face.  

FCNL Advocates Protect Critical Peacebuilding Funding

These dedicated efforts from FCNL advocates were crucial in protecting funding for peacebuilding programs that prevent conflict and atrocities worldwide. They worked together to educate Congress on the cost-effectiveness of peacebuilding, share the stories of peacebuilders working around the world, and amplify the impact of critical programs that prevent violence and heal communities.

Mary Lou Hatcher, Sarah Freeman-Woolpert, and Joey Hartman-Dow talk and laugh together

Advocacy Teams Bingo

Use the bingo card and accompanying descriptions will guide your Advocacy Team through 24 powerful ways to create a more peaceful and just world.

In military authorization vote, Quakers claim a victory

“FCNL is one of the most well-organized and strategic advocacy teams in Washington,” Rep. Barbara Lee told RNS. “Their advocates always speak with detailed knowledge and moral clarity. I have found them to be an invaluable ally in our shared efforts to end war and advance human rights and needs.”

Advocacy Teams Make a Difference

Representative Ro Khanna (CA-17) thanked members of FCNL’s Advocacy Teams for the difference they have made in stopping war and promoting peace.