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mural shows the importance of healthy love for our babies

67 Sueños

67 Sueños is an an Oakland-based youth organizing program. We center organizing, political education, ARTivism (art + activism), and trauma-healing work. 67 Sueños works with Latinx undocumented youth and youth from mixed-status families.

Rally at GEO Detention Center

Colorado Immigrant Rights

AFSC Colorado takes our direction from people directly impacted by injustice. We organize immigrants and allies striving for immigrant justice. AFSC provides leadership development, and we resist deportation. We lift up positive narratives and advocate for policy change.

An organizer addresses a press conference from the steps of San Francisco City hall, concerning police use of killer robots

California Healing Justice

The California Healing Justice Program works to reduce reliance on incarceration and policing and replace them with restorative, healing practices. We concentrate on three areas: ending mass incarceration, demilitarizing police, and the promotion of healing alternatives.

kids with cherry tomatoes

New Mexico: People of the Land

AFSC envisions self-determined communities in New Mexico that have the capacity to feed and care for our children, elders, and neighbors (human, animal, and plant).

Pedro Sosa of AFSC leads a “dinámica” (conscious-building role-playing)

Oregon Project Voice

AFSC’s Project Voice Immigrant Rights Program advances the human rights of immigrants through alliance-building, documentation, and policy impact.

An artist speaking at a mural unveiling with dancers in indigenous costumes

Pan Valley Institute

PVI’s mission is to provide spaces where immigrants and refugees feel safe and welcome, learn from each other, reclaim their cultural rights, and build a sense of belonging and power for social change.

Roots For Peace youth

Roots for Peace

Roots For Peace engages BIPOC youth (ages 14-24) and families to address racial, health, and economic injustices. We build power to promote a healthier built environment.

AFSC Staffperson Adriana Jasso connecting through the border wall

U.S.-Mexico Border Program

The US-Mexico Border Program advances the human rights and self-determination of migrant communities. We do this through base-building, alliance-building, documentation and policy impact.