Notable people you didn't know are Quakers

From actors to musicians

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04/01/24 | StarsInsider


The Religious Society of Friends, also known as the Quaker Movement, was founded in England in the 17th century. Quakers (or "Friends," as Quakers call themselves) believe humans can experience God through one's "inner light" without the need for religious ceremonies and clergy. Quakers also believe in equal rights for both men and women in religion, and advocate for peace. Quakers then moved to America, where the movement grew. Many of these men and women became influential abolitionists who played key roles in the anti-slavery movement, women’s suffrage, and civil rights.

In this gallery, you'll get to know some of the most influential Quakers in history, as well as celebrities and other famous people you didn't know are Quakers. Click on.

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