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Oct. 2 Rally in Washington for Jobs and Peace

Saturday, October 2, 2010 - 9:00am - 4:40pm

peace march

Stop US Wars, Fund jobs and schools, not war.

March for peace and good jobs

HUGE rally for jobs, education, health care and ending US wars and occupations. 

Job Rally_SandySpringSchool_WV

Sandy Spring Friends School students participate in a jobs rally

Diversity and Inclusion

AFSC’s Diversity and Inclusion has committed to building a workforce that is representative of all dimensions that make each person unique.  We have committed to building, nurturing and sustaining a workplace that practices equality.

Jobs at AFSC

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West Virginia - Economic Justice in Hard Times: Then and Now

Economic Justice in Hard Times: then and now

Rick Wilson, director of AFSC’s West Virginia Economic Justice Project

Rome is burning—
no time to fiddle

In the grip of the Great Depression, as 89 percent of Lincoln County residents struggled to survive on meager relief payments and 6,000 children in McDowell County could not go to school because they didn’t have clothing, West Virginia’s democratic governors resisted federal initiatives aimed at stimulating the economy.

In An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression, Jerry B. Thomas relates how Gov. Guy Kump spoke out against a national “spending orgy” as he withdrew rural road projects, reduced relief rolls and slashed payments for desperate families.

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