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English: This red and black star has been used as a symbol of Quaker service since the late 19th century unofficially, and was officially adopted (with some changes) by the American Friends Service Committee in 1917. Another variation on it is used by the British organization Quaker Peace and Social Witness .
Français : Cette étoile rouge et noire a été utilisée comme symbole du Service quaker depuis la fin du 19ème siècle inofficiellement, puis a été adoptée (avec quelques modifications) par le American Friends Service Committee en 1917. Une autre variante est utilisée par l'organisation britannique Quaker Peace and Social Witness .
Date 9 February 2011
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Author AnonMoos, based on image files and symbol
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