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ann kjellberg
The Brooklyn Friends School announced on August 21 that it filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board to decertify the school’s union. Referring to a new June ruling  that broadened a religious exemption to NLRB jurisdiction, the school relied on Friends’ practice as a basis for the filing. The wider NYQM was unaware...
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A public exhibition of photographs, MASKED NYC: Witness to Our Time, photos by AJ Stetson, will go up on the 15th Street Meeting House Fence on September 9, 2020. An opening reception will be held in the courtyard at 5 p.m., followed by 15th Street usual Wednesday night silent vigil for healing and racial justice...
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15th Street Meeting welcomes all to twice-monthly Bible Stud, online, by phone or computer. We use the same Zoom space as Meeting for Worship, here. No experience is necessary. We welcome all points of view, and listen to each other in the spirit of worship sharing. We are currently reading John, Chapter 19. Have a Bible...
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15th Street Meeting welcomes all to twice-monthly Bible Stud, online, by phone or computer. We use the same Zoom space as Meeting for Worship, here. No experience is necessary. We welcome all points of view, and listen to each other in the spirit of worship sharing. We are currently reading John, Chapter 19. Have a Bible...
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Join Peter Murchison of Wilton (Conn.) Meeting, for a conversation about Wilton Meeting’s recent gun buy-back program in partnership with the city of Norwalk, Connecticut. The program served the dual purpose of getting 42 guns off the street and out of homes (including two assault weapons), while keeping the issue in the public eye. Peter has...
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