'Fit for Freedom, Not for Friendship'-the Quakers and civil rights
Fit for Freedom, Not for Friendship: Quakers, African Americans, and the Myth of Racial Justice by Donna McDaniel and Vanessa Julye depicts the insidious nature of racism as it highlights the work for racial justice among Quakers, also known as Friends.
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#1 Jan 15, 2010
Claims the Quakers were no more involved in abolitionist movement than the average white population. Selective use of examples. Not completely convincing.
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