1. Quaker Study Series: Part Two


    from Canadian Yearly Meeting / Added

    Quaker Study Series: Part Two

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    • Earlham School of Religion


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      Earlham School of Religion is a Christian graduate theological school in the Quaker tradition. ESR prepares women and men for leadership that empowers and for ministry that serves. This mission grows out of our Christian belief that God calls everyone to ministry. Using a transformative model of education, ESR encourages students to explore the intellectual, spiritual, and practical dimensions of their calls to ministry.

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      • An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition


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        A film about “The Other Tradition” in American race relations, the tradition of amity and close cross/racial collaboration to advance equity and social justice.

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        • 2013 Penn Football Move-In


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          Welcome back to the 2013 Penn Football Team

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          • How to Pack Your Hygiene Kits!


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            Young Friends will be delivering over 400 hygiene kits to homeless shelters in Asheville as a service project at Yearly Meeting 2013! To accomplish this goal, we need our youth to prepare and bring as many hygiene kits as possible with them to Black Mountain. In this video Emma Smith will show you what is needed and how to assemble your kits!

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            • Meeting Voices Part 2


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              Ten Yorkshire Quakers discuss their different experiences.

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              • Early Childhood Education - The Problem, Our Solution


                from Steve Whinfield / Added

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                Our Mission: Educate Children, Empower Families, Inspire Teachers, Engage Community, Embrace Diversity Our Values: We believe in the values set forth by and founded upon Quaker principles of equality, peace, community, simplicity, and truth. We believe these values to be an integral part of our daily lives; they are universal and steadfast, fortifying the human spirit and improving the human condition. Our Vision: As a values-based program, Friends Center for Children strives to attain best practices in early childhood education; nurturing the whole child and bringing together curriculum, teachers, parents and the larger community within a supportive, inspirational environment. We welcome and encourage the uniqueness of each individual who passes through our doors; they give depth to our program and broaden our reach. We seek to have a positive impact on the crucial issues of early childhood education that is lasting and far-reaching. Through demonstrating our commitment to every child’s potential, we are dedicated to affirming the Quaker principals upon which we are founded. Using a collaborative approach, we envision a time when all children are well-equipped to succeed and a culture that fosters acceptance of our common humanity.

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                • Prisoners of Conscience in Lancaster Castle - Documenting Dissent Launch Event and Lecture


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                  Audio recording from the launch of Global Link's Documenting Dissent Project at the Friends' Meeting House in Lancaster on 11th July 2013. To launch the Global Link invited two speakers; Professor Emeritus Michael Mullett to explore the history of religious dissent, including Catholics, Quakers and other prisoners of conscience, and Dr. Robert Poole to talk about the history of political dissent, in particular the trials of the Radicals and Chartists of the 19th century. Documenting Dissent is a Community Digital History Project documenting political and religious dissent in Lancaster. To find out more about the project, or if you are interested in being a research volunteer in the project, please contact g.renolds@globallink.org.uk or visit our website: www.globallink.org.uk The project has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

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                  • An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition


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                    An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition is about “The Other Tradition” in American race relations, the tradition of amity and close cross/racial collaboration to advance equity and social justice.

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                    • "HILL" - Quakers TVC :: Steadicam Operator


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                      This gorgeous piece, shot in Queenstown / Central Otago by Damien Morisot, utilised Steadicam a great deal with fantastic results. I employed the use of hard mounts on tracking vehicles and also soft mount on foot while moving with the boy on the bike. - www.grantadams.co.nz

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