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After the arrest of his father, Bassidi shared how his farther's lack of "papers" have prevented him from getting a job and supporting his family.

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16-year-old Jocelyn recounts the last day she saw her mother and how her family's life has changed since the deportation.

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Kadi, 18 tells of the effect losing her mother to deportation has had on her entire family.

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kyle profileAFSC's Kyle Kajihiro, Hawai'i program director speaks with Democracy Now! about opposing military expansion in Hawai’i.

The interview begins at the 43:00 minute mark. To skip through the other interviews click on the time line after pressing play.

Eyes Wide Open, the American Friends Service Committee's widely-accalimed exhibition on the human cost of the Iraq War, features a pair of boots honoring each U.S. military casualty and a field of shoes to memoralize the Iraqis killed in the conflict.  Eyes Wide Open has toured to over 100 cities across the U.S. and has been visited by hundreds of thousands of people. 

Sandra Sanchez, director of the AFSC Iowa Immigrants Voices Program, addresses the recently passed Arizona law discriminating against immigrants and people of color.

Rules governing immigrant detention centers are often arbitrary and punish families, communities as well as immigrants. Amy Gottlieb briefs reporters on Locked Up but Not Forgotten report, April 29, 2010.

Listen to the special phone briefing and conversation on AFSC's investment with communities after disaster. Recorded after the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti, it also discusses the years of work by AFSC in Indonesia in response of the Tsunami.

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Peace Strategy Call | Phyllis Bennis

Phyllis BennisRecorded on December 3, 2009.  Featuring Phyllis Bennis and AFSC staff, the strategy call offered a breakdown of the Administration’s new strategy and its implications for Afghanistan and the region. 

Also focused on organizing opportunities, strategies, and resources available for community activists.

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