- Economic Justice
Responding to the Coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic is a generational threat, and its impacts will be felt by all of us. But know this: Our work for peace and justice will go on. Here’s how we will continue our advocacy in the face of COVID-19 and how you can join us.
Each of us has a responsibility to practice social distancing and slow the spread of this virus. That’s why our staff will be working at home for at least the next few weeks. But we’re not slowing down. We’ll continue to lobby, organize, and advocate via phone or computer.
We can’t do this work alone! Now more than ever, we must band together and advocate for the world we seek.
Take Action: Congress Must Act to Protect Vulnerable Communities
Connect with FCNL: Join the Conversation
Thursdays with Friends is a new online conversation series brought to you during this period of great difficulty when we are isolated from our loved ones. It is a brief 30-minute community chat on issues that Quakers and people of faith are compelled to continue to work on, whatever the circumstances we find ourselves in. Learn more:
Impacts of COVID-19
Democracy is something that we practice together. In times of crisis, we must strengthen this practice, engaging Congress to act with compassion and justice and restoring an effective government that serves people.