If you’d like to learn how AFSC’s website can help you learn more about the organization, watch this webinar with Web Director Ralph Medley and Friends Liaison Lucy Duncan.
The webinar shows you ways to:
- Learn more about AFSC’s work
- Find out what program work is being done in your region of the U.S.
- Subscribe or unsubscribe to the various e-newsletters AFSC produces
- Access content produced particularly for a Quaker audience
- Find resources for Quaker congregations
All content on AFSC's website is published under a Creative Commons license and can be republished on or in Quaker meeting/church websites and newsletters as long as you credit us as the source.
A few web pages on AFSC’s website that may be of interest:
- Where we work: http://www.afsc.org/where-we-work
- Our work: http://www.afsc.org/our-work
- Friendly Reflections: www.afsc.org/reflections
- Acting in Faith: www.afsc.org/friends
- Mission, Vision, Values: http://www.afsc.org/mission-vision-and-values
- Testimonies booklet: www.afsc.org/testimonies
- Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Corrections to video: Dan Seeger, not Dan McCracken, wrote the piece on Bayard Rustin at Acting in Faith. The Wabanaki-Maine TRC will be seated on February 12th, 2013, with a day of meditation and reflection on February 11th.