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Recommended reading on immigration

Volunteer at Pembroke arranging books in library.

Bishnu, a student at Sullivan High School in Chicago, ILis arranging the books at the Pembrooke library. Visiting and helping with the library was one of the three projects that the summer institute students did during the peace here.there..everywhere summer institute.

Photo: AFSC / Jesus Palafox
Acting in Faith  |  By Madeline Schaefer, Mar 15, 2013

Building bridges is radical

Healing Justice resources for Quaker congregations

Summer interns from both the Immigrant Rights and Healing JusticePrograms shared moving stories of the work they had done with AFSC.

Photo: AFSC

AFSC invites Quaker congregations everywhere to join in the effort to help transform the U.S. criminal justice system from one focused on crime and punishment to one focused on moving from harm to healing.  Quaker meetings and churches are encouraged to learn more about issues of mass incarceration, engage their local communities in the issue, establish relationships with those directly affected, and advocate for just policy.

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