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10 August 2007

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Harry Potter
In her review of Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Miranda Chadkirk asks, 'How would we, as Quakers, react to situations of violent racist persecution today? Would we be strong enough as a group to protect the remnants of good, or would we fall by the wayside?' There is a convincing positive answer in the history of South African Quakers, around one hundred in all, and their real and visible impact during the apartheid years in places as far apart as Cape Town, the Eastern Cape, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg and Durban
  • This is one of the great stories of modern Quakerism, which is still waiting to be told

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