Linda Kelly's blog

URGENT: Arrested in MN for Black Lives Matter

This morning, a coalition of white people and non-Black people of color shut down the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis, in solidarity with the Mo

Join us for our centennial conference in July!

I'd like to invite you to join your fellow activists of all ages at the Fellowship of Reconciliation's 58th Annual Seabeck Conference — and centennial celebration!

VIDEO: Persevering for peace with FOR

Last year, we celebrated the beginning of our centennial year with a series of events in and around New York City that included a multifaith service and gala dinner at The Riverside Church.

Building Peace and Justice in Saudi Arabia

The Fellowship of Reconciliation invites you to Washington, DC, on March 5 and 6 for the first-ever two-day Summit on Saudi Arabia and U.S.-Saudi ties.

Listen: "The Revolution Has Come"

This Sunday, Jan. 31, FOR Bayard Rustin Fellow Rev. Osagyefo Sekou and The Holy Ghost will release their landmark album of social justice songs, “The Revolution Has Come.”

Pre-order your copy now for just $10.

#ReclaimMLK with a new song from Rev. Sekou

We’re excited to announce that in conjunction with St. Louis-based record label FarFetched, FOR-USA has released an album of music by Bayard Rustin Fellow Rev. Osagyefo Sekou and his band.

Listen to the first song on the album, “We Comin,” for free — and pre-order the full album.

Dr. King and the spirituality of nonviolence

As we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this coming Monday, I wanted to share with you a compelling radio program exploring the spirituality of nonviolence, featuring FOR-USA Executive Director Rev. Kristin Stoneking.

Aid from the heart and music for the soul

As we reflect on the past year, it seems the news was rife with suffering and pain in the world.

The party is starting

After two or more years of envisioning and planning, all the pieces of FOR-USA’s centennial celebrations are coming together.

Join FOR at the World Parliament of Religions

A team led by FOR’s Executive Director Rev.