Author/Activist is Featured Speaker at AFSC Benefit Dinner
David Bacon’s new book is The Right to Stay Home: How US Policy Drives Mexican Migration
David Bacon, an author, photographer, and activist whose work focuses on labor and migration, will be the featured speaker at a September 14 benefit dinner for the American Friends Service Committee's New Hampshire Program, to be held at the Concord Unitarian Universalist Church.
Kim and Reggie are energetic and much-loved performers.
However the election turns out, won't you be ready for a lift in your spirits and an evening of community when it's over? Please join AFSC-NH for our annual fall fundraiser, featuring a dinner lovingly prepared by AFSC volunteers, a Silent Auction, and a performance by Kim and Reggie Harris . Suggested donation is $15 to $75 per person as you are able.
DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE --- Dozens of ceramic finger puppets, joined by a few dozen more humans, gathered at the Dover Friends Meeting House on December 4 to celebrate the birthday of Jane Kauffman, of Durham.
“It was a great way to honor Jane, a great artist and a dedicated peace activist,” said Ginna Schonwald, of Barrington, who helped organized the program.
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