August 17, 2005

Vanessa Julye's plenary address:
The Seed Cracked Open

Recently a number of Quaker blogs refer to the emerging and recent ministry about addressing racism within the Religious Society of Friends.*

I myself wish to lift up a plenary address made by Friend Vanessa Julye in Eighth Month 2005, at the annual sessions of New York Yearly Meeting.

The text is long (17 pages), is a PDF file, and is compelling. Please consider downloading it: The Seed Cracked Open: Growing Beyond Racism.


*I regret I don't have the energy to post links to those blogs right now. Readers can look at Beppeblog for an example.

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