Kyle Williams P'17,'19,'24, creator of A Long Talk, a nonprofit dedicated to putting an anti-racist at every dinner table in America, for making this program available to our community, including parents, employees, grandparents, and alumni. A Long Talk About the Uncomfortable Truth is an anti-racism activation experience. Participants agree to complete 90+ minutes of pre-work before entering into the group discussion to provide an important common foundational understanding. Please sign up here. When you have completed the pre-work the Zoom link for our community discussion on Monday January 23 and Monday January 30 will be sent to you.
Friends Alumni Network
The Sidwell Friends Alumni Network (FAN) is an inclusive community guided by Quaker values whose mission is to enhance and foster connections with fellow alumni, faculty, and current students. Members of our network let our lives speak through friendship, service, and learning opportunities, generating goodwill and support for each other and the School.
We invite you to learn more about ways to volunteer, connect, and give back to Sidwell Friends!
All members of the Sidwell Friends community are invited to join us for a virtual Meeting for Worship. Register here.
We are delighted to welcome Jessica Chen Weiss to campus on Thursday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. for the 40th Annual John Fisher Zeidman '79 Lecture. Read more about this year's speaker and register here.
Jon Bernthal ’95
Liz Kleinrock ’05
Sonya Clark ’85
Get to know Upper School math teacher Dolores Hamilton ’90 in this alumni faculty spotlight series.
Get to know Middle and Upper School Latin teacher (and Sidwell Friends lifer!) Jake Watson ’18 in this new alumni faculty spotlight series.
Alumni returned to campus—in person, no less!—for a weekend of celebration.
Treva Lindsey ’00 on her new book, America, Goddam.
This year’s Commencement speaker will be Baratunde Thurston ’95. Humorist, author, television host and producer, podcaster, journalist, and more, Baratunde is both an insightful and witty commentator on matters of race, technology, democracy, and how we as citizens can be more engaged in building a better and more equitable future.
Rabbi Toba Spitzer ’80 reimagines God.