Quaker Universalist Voice

Speaking truth in the global public square…

Welcome to the Quaker Universalist Voice

In this time of national and world conflict, the Quaker Universalist Voice offers a community seeking and sharing common truth about our care for each other close to home and in the wider world. Together we find our way forward.

QUV is the web presence of the Quaker Universalist Fellowship. At QUF, we rely on the universal Inward Light, and consider the practical implications of traditional Quaker testimonies of simplicity, peace, integrity, community, equality, and care for our natural universe.

We would love for you to participate! In addition to reading, perhaps you will comment on the blog, and/or contribute written, audio or video pieces? Perhaps you will collaborate with us in your current service? We welcome your communications.

In peace,
Gail Rogers
Clerk

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Latest from the Weblog



“Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis”

On reading Linda Villarosa’s New York Times article

Linda Villarosa reports that not only are infant mortality rates for black infants more than double that for white infants, but that this situation is worse than in 1850. She writes that a college-educated black mother is more likely to die related to childbirth than a white mother with an 8th grade education, and points to systemic racism as being a likely root cause.

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