Audio from AFSC

Jennifer Piper, Interfaith Organizing Director for AFSC's Immigrants Rights Program in Denver, and Judith Marquez of Rights for All People, join host Claudia Cragg in discussing "The Children of Deportation" on KGNU radio. The show begins with two young people describing their situation.

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Audio from the Muslims in America and Islamophobia event. The featured speaker is Nihad Awad,  co-founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

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Rev. Liana Rowe explains the relationship between border enforcement, interior enforcement, and detention, all of which have subjected unauthorized migrants to harsh treatment and destroyed families.

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Back from her third trip to the region last year, Kathy talks about resistance, solidarity, Afghan desires for non-military solutions and the role of the US peace movement.

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This event was recorded on November 5, 2010 at the Windows and Mirrors exhibit in Philadelphia. It was a two part event that featured Philadelphia area artists whose work is featured in the exhibit talking about their submissions.  The second half featured poets and members of the Warrior Writers Project.

This recording is from the first half of the event.

Annie Frundle is an intern with AFSC's office in Kansas City. She staffed AFSC's literature table at the Visions of Peace at the Crossroads festival October 1, 2010.

Recorded Tuesday October 26, 2010, this forum look at the principles of restorative justice practice and heard from people in Philadelphia who are engaged in, and have lived through, the process.

Recorded on October 19th, 2010.  This event discussed anti-Muslim rhetoric in the U.S. since the September 11th attacks.  While some media commentators seem to be encouraging stereotypes and misconceptions, many interfaith dialogue groups have provided an opportunity for Americans to become more acquainted with Islam and American Muslims.  They explore who makes up the American Muslim community, their positions on issues such as terrorism and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and why Islamophobia is on the increase today.

This presentation from the Windows and Mirrors exhibit in Philadelphia was the first in a series of events related to the exhibit.  AFSC hopes to stimulate dialogue about the costs of the war in an effort to get Americans to push for peace in Afghanistan, and to resist future wars.

The main presentators were Phyllis Bennis from the Institute for Policy Studies, and Oskar Castro from AFSC. 

The Other Side of the DREAM Act is discussed by Pablo Paredes, a U.S. Navy veteran and a community organizer and counter-recruitment specialist at AFSC’s San Francisco office.

Download the MP3 | View AFSC's statement on the DREAM Act

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