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In an effort to provide an update of Northeast Ohio AFSC's perspectives on the news, reports of past events and announcements of upcoming activities, we've launched an audio "podcast."

An interview with AFSC staff Ricardo Hernández and Fabiola Flores Muñoz on their recent trip to the U.S./Mexico border to assess the human security issues facing those living in the region. 

William DiCanzio's new play, "Rustin and the March," on Bayard Rustin and his important role in organizing the 1963 March on Washington, is being performed in open readings in and around the city of Philadelphia this year. Madeline Schaefer attended one of these readings and spoke with DiCanzio, the play's future director, Benjamin Lloyd, and the play's leading actor, Frank X, about the power and legacy of Bayard Rustin's message of nonviolence.

Ciara and Jimetta, Appalachia Center for Equality youth leaders, speak to Beth Vorhees on the WV Morning radio show about their advocacy for sex education classes as a solution to high teen pregnancy rates in Logan County.  

Calling Forth the Goodness is a podcast series produced through AFSC's Friends relations blog, Acting in Faith. It features the voices of communities that work together to create change.

Listen to the rest of the podcast.
(10 minutes)

Or learn more about AFSC’s New Mexico program here.

In the middle of May 2013, Kofi (whose name was changed for this story) was detained and deported to his home country in Africa.

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AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more

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