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Immigrants For Sale

The detention of migrants is a multi-billion dollar industry. Private corporations profit from locking up immigrants.

AFSC Peace Intern Reflections - Caleb Madison 2015

Caleb Madison served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. He shares his reflections on this work and what he learned about social change.

AFSC Peace Intern Reflections - Austin Hoffman 2015

Austin Hoffman served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. He shares his reflections on this work, commenting on the challenges, the inspirations, the amazing people, the impact on youth and what he learned.

AFSC Peace Intern Reflections - Maigan Bridgette 2015

Maigan Bridgette served as an AFSC Peace Intern and worked with high school-aged youth on the If I Had A Trillion Dollars Youth Film festival, the If I Could Change the World Spoken Word Project and the Social Change Institute in 2014 - 15. She shares her reflections on this work, how she grew as a person, the challenges, teamwork, and highlights.

How Quakers Can Help End Mass Incarceration

The United States has the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world, with over 2.4 million people currently behind bars. What can Quakers do about it?  Watch this Quaker Speak video to learn more.  To find out about new Quaker Network to End Mass Incarceration, click here. 

The Impact of Corporate Money and Power in Ohio

We are pleased to announce that our new video is complete! Hannah Yackley, our John Looney Peace, Justice and Nonviolence intern, produced and narrated the short (less than 4 minutes) but packed video. She did a wonderful job! With attention spans being what they are these days, 4 minutes is better than 40 minutes for being watched in large numbers. Please forward far and wide via email and social media.

Breaking Down the Box

Watch "Breaking Down the Box," which examines the use of solitary confinement in U.S. prisons. This 40-minute documentary explores the mental health, racial justice, and human rights implications of this inhumane practice. And it serves as a call to action for communities of faith to engage in the growing nationwide movement for restorative alternatives to isolated confinement that prioritize rehabilitation, therapeutic interventions, and recovery. AFSC Healing Justice staffers Laura Magnani and Jerry Elster are among those interviewed.

Breaking Down the Box

Produced by filmmaker Matthew Gossage, the film examines the mental health, racial justice and human rights implications of the systemic use of solitary confinement in U.S. prisons.

Angela and Misael singing in Sanctuary!

Angela, who won her Sanctuary case in Philadelphia, toured to visit Arturo, Misael and Rosa. This is a video of Misael and Angela singing in Sanctuary.

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