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“White Privilege: Unpacking The Invisible Knapsack”

“White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack”

The Committee for Ministry on Racism recommends that SEYM Friends and other visitors to this website read Peggy McIntosh’s "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack." Simply click on the link below to access her article. Peggy McIntosh founded, and is the senior associate, of the National Seed (Seeking Educational Equity…

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End Slavery for All

The SEYM Committee for Ministry on Racism asks Monthly and Yearly Meetings to affirm, and publicize, the need for The removal of the exception clause of the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution which otherwise abolishes slavery; and Persons formerly in prison to have full restoration of constitutional rights and…

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SEYM “Read In:” Living The Testimony Of Equality

SEYM "Read In:" Living the Testimony of Equality

"Living the Testimony of Equality: A White Friend’s Experience" by Patience Schenck, Pendle Hill Pamphlet #451 “This Friend’s 'lived experience' of growing up in American society was easy to relate to.” “Schenck tells how her early life set her up for unconscious racist attitudes, something we all need to think…

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Other Organizations

Resources for Meetings

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) has several resources for groups to on their Ending racism page >. They also have a Study Guide for groups reading The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander.

Acting in Faith connects Quaker Meetings to the work of AFSC. They have several posts on Undoing Racism >

Campaign to End the New Jim Crow: a project of the Riverside Church Prison Ministry and the American Friends Service Committee (NY) is a national coalition of organizations and individuals committed to ending mass incarceration and the collateral consequences coined the New Jim Crow.

Friends General Conference has resources to Help Your Meeting Challenge Racism>

Friends Journal, October 2014 issue: Experiences of Friends of Color