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Ron Simpson-Bey of the AFSC Michigan Criminal Justice Program talks about the Good Neighbor Project connecting people inside and outside prison. For more information and to get involved, please contact Ron at RSimpson@afsc.org.
Created by Keiry Ceron, this video shared first place in the recent Immigrant Youth Video Project organized by AFSC Iowa. Keiry will begin her college career in the fall of 2014.
Created by Jose Amaya, this video shared first place in the recent Immigrant Youth Video Project organized by AFSC Iowa. Jose will begin his college career in the fall of 2014.
Why isn't the media accurately communicating the scale of the siege on Gaza? Shan Cretin, AFSC General Secretary, offers perspective for Americans on the level of violence.
Through Storyology: Digital Storytelling by Immigrants and Refugees, AFSC empowered immigrants and refugees by imparting new digital literacy skills, lifted up immigrant stories to share with and educate the public, and also built a community of many cultures within the class.  
Jennifer Anandarajah tells her story at a Congressional Briefing about detention, deportation and family separation. 
A ceasefire that merely ends rockets and ends bombing is not enough. Mike Merryman-Lotze, AFSC Israel-Palestine program director, comments on what will bring real peace.  
Sol y Tierra growers is part of a farming network in New Mexico that trains individuals how to become farmers. The training lasts one year and there are three locations in the state. They are located in Bernalillo County, Dona Ana County, and Rio Arriba County.
Youth who participated in the 2014 Social Change Institute spoke out about the need for social change and what they learned in the training. The Institute was organized by the Kansas City Program of the American Friends Service Committee and took place from June 9 through June 20. The Institute's goals were to empower youth, increase their knowledge and skills of nonviolent social change and deepen their commitments to work for a better community and world.
Youth who participated in the 2014 Social Change Institute spoke out about the need for social change and what they learned in the training. The Institute was organized by the Kansas City Program of the American Friends Service Committee and took place from June 9 through June 20. The Institute's goals were to empower youth, increase their knowledge and skills of nonviolent social change and deepen their commitments to work for a better community and world.

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