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Invitation - Creative Youth Social Change Projects 2014-15

Kansas City Area School and Youth Groups are Invited to take advantage of powerful opportunity for youth development and leadership

AFSC's Youth Civic Engagement work in Kansas City had a great year and we are looking for groups to collaborate with for programs for 2014-2015. Our goal is to provide creative ways for youth to learn about issues important to them and out community and to speak out for positive nonviolent social change!

Kansas City AFSC Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter August 1, 2014

Kansas City AFSC Weekly Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, August 1, 2014 with news, calendar events and advocacy opportunities

AFSC South Star Summer 2014

Summer 2014 issue of the AFSC South Region's South Star newsletter.

Kansas City AFSC Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, July 17, 2014

Kansas City AFSC Weekly Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, July 17, 2014 with news, calendar events and advocacy opportunities

Youth Social Change Institute – Changed Us All

We were proud of the work AFSC did with KC area youth in our Social Change Institute and inspired by the work of the fifteen youth who whole-heartedly participated. We set out to create an environment where all ideas were respected and differences were embraced. We sought to have the youth deepen their understanding of and confront the injustices of our community and the power structures that create so much suffering in the world.

Kansas City AFSC Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, July 10, 2014

Kansas City AFSC Weekly Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, July 10, 2014 with news, calendar events and advocacy opportunities

Kansas City AFSC Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, May 9, 2014

Kansas City AFSC Weekly Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter, May 9, 2014 with news, calendar events and advocacy opportunities

Conference: Building a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence

Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 9:30am - 4:30pm

John Dear, an activist/organizer/lecturer/writer, will keynote a conference intended to spark nonviolenct action for social justice, peace, and protection of the natural environment.  Maggie Fogarty will lead a workshop on "Economic Nonviolence: How We Talk about Poverty Without Blaming the Victims."  Arnie Alpert will unveil AFSC's plans for NH Primary season with a workshop titled "Claim Your Seat at the Table."   Other workshop leaders will include Will Hopkins, Carmen Buford-Paige, Nur Shoop, Alex Freid, Olivia Zink, and Ginny Schneider.   A play, "My Name

Roots for Peace: Preparing the soil for change

Carlos "Elmo" Gomez uses gardening as a way to unite his community and make positive changes to his neighborhood in Los Angeles.

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Roots for Peace mural

Roots for Peace mural

Roots for Peace mural

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