A Quaker Lobby in the Public Interest
Quakers have a long history of lobbying from a faith perspective. In this new pamphlet, Margery Post Abbott provides context for this history of seeking change that is grounded in faith.
Get the Facts
These one-page flyers are a great conversation starter for peace events, meeting and more. Print off one for yourself and some extras to share with your friends and neighbors! We have information on working with Congress, as well as background for legislative programs.
This Week in Washington
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This booklet discusses the U.S. response to the September 11, 2001 attacks and presents the peaceful prevention of deadly conflict as a more effective path to lasting security.
This brochure is an introduction to FCNL and our work.
This booklet is a practical guide to how Congress could initiate, shape, develop, and fund public policies to strengthen the United States' ability to peacefully prevent deadly conflict.