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Street Signs: Signs of the Times

Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 7:00pm - Saturday, April 7, 2012 - 9:00pm

Signs of Peace

Atlanta Friends march for peace

Members of the Atlanta Friends Meeting participate in a peace demonstration.


An exhibit of photographs by Jim Alexander documenting the mass struggle for social and economic justice in the South.

The Georgia Peace Center is excited to host this exhibit during the peace season, January 14-April 7, 2012.  We plan to use the exhibit and the strong messages it communicates to continue building connections and bonds between the growing interest among working class communities in the Peace and Justice movement.

Foreclosure on Bank of America

Friday, November 11, 2011 - 4:00pm

Bank of America is taking people’s homes through illegal and fraudulent foreclosure proceedings. At its core, the mortgage crisis was created by big banks playing fast and loose with our housing- we’re here to take it back and foreclose on the very institutions that would put us out of our homes!  Rally for a moratorium to end all foreclosures.  Bank of America on Green Valley Road.

Zombie March!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011 - 10:45am

Join Occupy Greensboro this Friday as we express our commonalities with the bankers of our own city. The march will start at 4:15 at Wells Fargo on Greene St, make its way over to Bank of America, and then back to the Encampment at Festival Park, ending around 6:15.

2011 Tax Day

AFSC staff, volunteers, and partners marched, chanted and made signs to mark Tax Day.  From Los Angeles to Boston, Indianapolis to Pittsburgh, dozens gathered, and garnered much positive reaction from onlookers.

Egypt Protest Resources

Last Updated February 18, 2011

The situation in Egypt remains fluid. We will continue to share analyses and resources during this time of transformation.

Live Updates from Human Rights Watch

Timeline: Egypt Unrest

Arab Studies Institute

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