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Organize Just Peace

Saturday, March 5, 2011 - 12:00pm - 6:30pm

EDUCATE. MOTIVATE. ADVOCATE.

For Peace and Justice in Israel and Palestine

AFSC Campus Organizing Conference

 

Join Campus Organizers for Educational Panels and Interactive Workshops!

Love Seen in Public: An Interview with Annie Frundle in Kansas City

Annie Frundle, an Avila University social work student, began working half-time with ASFC Kansas City as a social work intern in August. Annie has been learning about AFSC's work and assisted with preparations for the Crossroads peace festival on October 1.

Her placement requires both “macro” experiences (e.g. policy chance, organizing, public education, advocacy) and “micro” experiences (e.g. social work counseling, identification of needed services, etc.)

At the peace festival, Jon Krieg asked Annie why she's interning with AFSC.

People's Hearing on Worker Justice

Saturday, October 23, 2010 - 1:00pm

Stop worker injustice!

Every year, crooked employers cheat employees out of billions of dollars in wages and benefits and take advantage of hardworking families.

Join us for an unparalleled opportunity to make sure the U.S. Department of Labor listens to everyday people.

Conversations about Race and Equity

Our world views, as well as opportunities that are available, depend on our background.  Definitions of peace, education and equality change according to the experiences of those defining the words. One factor that affects the way we live and relate to each other is race. Although it is not always a primary focus, the American Friends Service

Committee’s commitment to the dignity and worth of each person frequently fosters work on the complicated issues of racism and inequity.

Martha Yager's Racial Profiling Testimony

Martha Yager's Racial Profiling Testimony

March 18, 2010

Re: House Bill 7112, Senate Bill 2208

Students discussing human rights

Students discussing human rights

Students discussing human right

South East New England Program Background

About our work:

AFSC-SENE works on two main themes, which are interwoven: Peacebuilding and Community Justice. 

What is Restorative Justice

Restorative justice is a broad term which encompasses a growing social movement to institutionalize peaceful approaches to harm, problem-solving and violations of legal and human rights. These range from international peacemaking tribunals such as the South Africa Truth and Reconciliation Commission to innovations within the criminal and juvenile justice systems, schools, social services and communities.

Cambridge, MA

S Comm community protest

secure communities protest

Community protest outside Gov. Patrick's Secure Communities forum in Chelsea, MA.

The Cambridge office serves as the main administrative hub for the Northeast region. It also houses four of AFSC’s programs:

The Healing and Transformative Justice Program works with survivors of crime, those convicted of crime, and their families and communities.

Who we are

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

Where we work

AFSC has offices around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.

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