New England Phone Series

The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 7

Jeff Napolitano discusses community efforts to preserve homes and a safe place for youth through non-violence training.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 6

Martha Yager discusses peace efforts against ten years of drumbeats from Iraq to Iran; and the increasing mistreatment of immigrants in our communities.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 5

Gabriel Camacho talks about immigrant communities' organizing efforts in the age of enforcement and deportation.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 4

Jamie Bissonette Lewey discussed community healing and a pathway to peace.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 3

Denise Altvater discusses her exprience of growning up as a Wabanaki tribes member and how it effects the work she does currently.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 2

The second in a three part phone conversation, hosted by Keith Harvey, AFSC Regional Director in New England.
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The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 1

Arnie Alpert and Maggie Fogarty the impact of economics, or lack there of, and its effects on communities.
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