Saturday, March 23-Tuesday, March 26 in Washington, D.C.
Five hundred young advocates from all around the U.S. brought a clear and compelling message to Congress: Reject increased funding for immigration detention and deportation. Invest in alternatives to detention and expand accountability.
Join José Santos Woss, FCNL's lobbyist for Election Integrity, and Jim Cason, FCNL’s Associate Executive Secretary for Strategic Advocacy, on Tuesday, March 12 for a briefing on the bill, state of play, and future of reform.
Join us on April 10 the next event in our Quaker Change Maker Series featuring Emily Wirzba and Milo Keller from FCNL's Sustainable Energy and Environment team. Hear stories of Friends’ faith in action as we are called to be wise stewards of what God has provided.
On Monday, March 4, FCNL Executive Secretary Diane Randall joined Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), in front of a packed Quaker Welcome Center and Facebook Live audience for a conversation about ICAN’s campaign to transform the global conversation about eliminating all nuclear weapons.
In the next two months, the Quaker Welcome Center will host two events that are part of our Quaker Changemaker
Series. Join these hour-long discussions of topics linked to advocacy, our persistence, and our vision of
the world we seek.
Our Young Adult Friends are movers and shakers in the world. Join the conversation over Zoom video conference and hear stories about how Witness is taking shape in the world today with new leadership and an abundance of possibilities.
On Feb. 1, the Trump Administration posted a notice for proposed rulemaking through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to restrict states' flexibility to provide vital nutrition support to people who struggle to feed themselves and their families. This triggered a 60-day public comment period which ends on April 2.
FCNL's multi-issue advocacy connects Quaker testimonies with legislation in the U.S. Congress and the administration.
FCNL has moved to telework!
The FCNL offices are temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are lobbying online and by phone for the world we seek. Your engagement with Congress at this time is essential! Join us and become a monthly donor.