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LGTBQ Youth Wellness Event Planning Meeting

Sunday, November 7, 2010 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

On December 4th Baltimore's Youth Empowerment through Conflict Resolution Program and Kenneth Morrison have teamed up to organize the community to address anti-gay bullying and LGBTQ youth suicide. Event will take place at Coppin State University and will include a Facilitated Dialog*, Panel Discussion and Book Release Party.

Committee Application

If interested in the being on the committee, please complete this BIOSketch form and return it to Mia Jones at mjones@afsc.org. Please add into the form, your time availability. 

Maryland Eyes Wide Open Exhibition

Maryland Eyes Wide Open Exhibition

Maryland Eyes Wide Open Exhibit at UMBC

Maryland Eyes Wide Open Exhibit
University of Maryland Baltimore County

The Baltimore American Friends Service Committee office has assembled an exhibit that reflects the costs of war to the state of Maryland.

You are invited to host the Exhibition in your preferred location.

Where the Exhibit has Been:

Churches:

  • City Temple Baptist Church
  • Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation
  • Douglas Memorial Community Church
  • First and Franklin Presbyterian Church
  • Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart

Colleges:

Baltimore College Peace Network

The Baltimore College Peace Network is a network of faculty and students from colleges and universities in the Greater Baltimore area. The Baltimore Urban Peace Program of the American Friends Service Committee coordinates the Network.

The Baltimore College Peace Network works in three areas:

  • Peace Studies
  • Service Learning
  • Reflective Activism

 The Baltimore College Peace Network will:

Baltimore's York Road Alternatives for Youth

The Baltimore Urban Peace Program is the key organizer of a new effort to respond to violence in the Govans Community. There has been an upsurge in violence in the Govans neighborhood of Baltimore where the AFSC-MAR office is located.  In early September, a young man was killed on the street in front of the AFSC office.  Two bullets hit our building.

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AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more

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