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8 Years of War In Iraq Vigil, Rally and March of the Dead

Saturday, March 19, 2011 - 3:30pm - 4:30pm

8 Years of War in Iraq Vigil, Rally & March will remember the past and ongoing human and economic costs of the Iraq war and urge our leaders to quickly and responsibly end the war and shift their reliance on military might to the use of diplomacy, humanitarian aid and strengthening internal and regional peace processes.

The event marks eight years of war in Iraq and will include music, speakers and a “March of the Dead.”

The Next Step for Peace Party

Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 4:30pm

To celebrate Hanukkah and Second Advent Peace Sunday, featuring the Festival of Light and Peace. A fundraising party for AFSC. Music will be provided by Jeremy Faust. Food and cheer included, too.

RSVP to Ron at ronfaust2@netzero.com or 816-468-1868.

Interview with Annie Frundle, Kansas City intern

Annie Frundle is an intern with AFSC's office in Kansas City. She staffed AFSC's literature table at the Visions of Peace at the Crossroads festival October 1, 2010.

Annie Frundle in KC

Annie Frundle

Annie Frundle is an intern with AFSC in Kansas City.

Report Card on Afghan War

AFSC staff and volunteers announce Report Card Grades for the U.S. War in Afghanistan outside the offices of the Louis Berger Group, one of the largest contractors in Afghanistan. 

Report Card on U.S. War in Afghanistan

After nine years of war and too many vigils and rallies how do you mark yet another year of futile, tragic war? AFSC staff and volunteers in Kansas City decided to issue a “Report Card on the U.S. War in Afghanistan.”

The Report Card evaluates performance and progress in nine years of war and the impact the war has had on the Afghan people, U.S. troops and the U.S. economy.

Report Card

Report Card on Nine Years of the U.S. War in Afghanistan

Candlelight Vigil- Partial Withdrawal. Not Enough.

Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony
on Withdrawal of Combat Troops from Iraq

Kansas City: August 31, 2010
Comments by Ira Harritt, KC Program Coordinator

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