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AFSC’s Arnie Alpert discusses how the Occupy movement impacted the New Hampshire primary.
Film showing American Friends Service Committee work in France during World War II. Howard Kershner, director of the program provides explanation of the work and where Quaker programs were established. Includes footage of feeding programs and children's colonies in France. Featured is footage of the La Rouviere Children's Colony located outside Marseille, France.
At AFSC we believe that to have peace, we have to have justice. Through the Arab Spring and the emergence of the Occupy Movement we have seen a groundswell for support of the idea that justice includes economic issues, not just legal ones.  In the videos below, General Secretary Shan Cretin talks about AFSC's work for economic justice through support for local opportunities around the world. Occupy Movement
Native Iowans Cindy and Craig Corrie are the parents of human rights activist and observer Rachel Corrie who, on March 16, 2003, was killed by an Israeli military Caterpillar D9R bulldozer in the Gaza Strip as she tried to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian family’s home. Motivated by their daughter's work and example, the Corries have dedicated themselves to the pursuit of justice and peace in the Middle East and have made numerous visits to the region, spending time in Israel, the West Bank, Gaza, Egypt, and Turkey.
Tips on how to make a video from development to the final product. This is a great tool to help in creating an entry for the "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival. Learn more about the festival and how to enter.
AFSC's Jorge Laffitte explains what the  Healing Circle is and its impact on the participants.
AFSC's Peace Bus in Guatemala travels around the city to provide urban youth with a "safe space" to receive counseling and learn conflict resolution skills.
In Latin America AFSC is working with the police and young people to reform how these two parties interact with one another to reduce the level of violince and conflict.

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