Julie Harlow, a longtime Davis resident and member of the Davis Friends Meeting, will speak Sunday about Friends House Moscow, a Quaker initiative that provides a visible expression of the faith and practice of the Religious Society of Friends in Moscow.
Her talk will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Davis Friends Meeting House, 345 L St. in Davis. The event is open to all.
Friends House provides training in alternatives to violence and conflict management resolution, promotes alternatives to military service, and works to protect the rights and provide services for underprivileged groups and individuals, the elderly, disabled people, refugees and homeless children and orphans. It is supported by Friends House Moscow Support Association. The website for Friends House is http://friendshousemoscow.org.
A question-and-answer session will follow Harlow’s presentation, and refreshments will be served.