Advocacy Toolkit

This page is to help you use your voice.  We can be very sure that the corporations are busy in Washington and in every state house pushing for their own interests (especially their profitis).  Only when citizens speak up, bringing to life the words of the song "But 2 and 2 and 50 make a million..." making a mighty roar, will we be able to change the balance and shift the priorities.  AFSC has a collection of resources for to help you do that work at both the federal and state levels.  Below are links to campaigns we are working on.  Click on one that interests you and you will find talking points, hand outs and other resoureces.  Check back often.  The site was just begun on March 15th in an effort to get a few things available quickly.  Check back often - we have a lot more to add!.  And then - take action. 

Federal Budget Priorities

This page has resources to help citizens use their voice to tell Congress what their budget priorities are. 

RI State House 2013

AFSC-SENE is part of several coalitions that are supporting legislation we believe help move the state towards justice and peace.  Check out the topics we are working on, roll up your sleeves and get involved.  THANK YOU.

Just and Humane Comprehensive Immigration Reform

immigration

No ICE raids in our city.  End the deportations.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform is once again part of the national agenda.  Grounded in our Quaker beliefs respecting the dignity and worth of every person, and in the communities in which we work, AFSC supports measures that ensure the integration of immigrants as full members of our society and address the root causes that push people to migrate.  We believe that the bases of U.S.

Who we are

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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AFSC has offices around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.

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