1. Event

Thursdays with Friends

Bi-Weekly Virtual Conversation

By Diane Randall, July 1, 2020


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.

Thursdays with Friends

This online community conversation will be conducted via Zoom, using enhanced security protocols, and live streamed on YouTube and Facebook. It airs every other Thursday from 4:00-4:30 p.m. EDT, starting April 9.

Thursdays with Friends

Register 

Thursdays with Friends is hosted by FCNL General Secretary Diane Randall. It will feature FCNL lobbyists and Friends.

Whether we are gathered in person or online, we are convinced by our faith and experience to continue building the peaceful, just, equitable, and sustainable global community we seek.

Schedule:

July 16: One Last Shot: How Can Congress Uplift the Vulnerable in the Next COVID Relief Package
How should the next COVID-19 pandemic relief bill address the needs of the most vulnerable? FCNL's Amelia Kegan is joined by Amy K. Matsui, director of income security and senior counsel at the National Women's Law Center. Together they will discuss the latest in Congress on the next COVID-19 relief bill and offer strategic insights into the policy proposals that could make the most difference if passed. Register here.

Recordings

View past event recordings via our Thursdays with Friends YouTube Playlist.

Diane Randall

  • General Secretary

Diane Randall is the General Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation. Diane leads FCNL’s staff to effectively educate and lobby for the policies and legislative priorities established by FCNL’s General Committee. A lifelong advocate for peace and social justice, Diane is a fierce proponent for citizen engagement that advances policies and practices to create a better society for all.