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Audio from AFSC

Dominque Stevenson, Program Director for AFSC's Friend of a Friend program, describes the work of Friend of a Friend and how that program is addressing the needs of predominantly black communities in Baltimore that are heavily impacted by mass incarceration, hunger, and poverty.
Raed Jarrar, Policy Impact Coordinator for AFSC's Office of Public Policy and Advocacy, tells three powerful and heartbreaking stories about living in Iraq during US invasions in the 1990s and 2000s, including so-called "Shock and Awe" in 2003.
Raed Jarrar, Policy Impact Coordinator for AFSC's Office of Public Policy and Advocacy, tells three powerful and heartbreaking stories about living in Iraq during US invasions in the 1990s and 2000s, including so-called "Shock and Awe" in 2003. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action
Jennifer Piper, Program Director for Interfaith Organizing in AFSC's Denver Office, discusses the model of accompaniment, what faith communities bring to immigrant justice work, and the importance of lifting up the voices and leadership of immigrant communities.
Jennifer Piper, Program Director for Interfaith Organizing in AFSC's Denver Office, discusses the model of accompaniment, what faith communities bring to immigrant justice work, and the importance of lifting up the voices and leadership of immigrant communities. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action
Arnie Alpert, Co-Director of AFSC's New Hampshire program, talks about corporate influence in US politics and cites Congressman Buck McKeon and immigrant dentention centers as two specific examples of "Governing Under the Influence." Visit gui.afsc.org for more information.
Arnie Alpert, Co-Director of AFSC's New Hampshire program, talks about corporate influence in US politics and cites Congressman Buck McKeon and immigrant dentention centers as two specific examples of "Governing Under the Influence." Visit gui.afsc.org for more information.
Arnie Alpert, Co-Director of AFSC's New Hampshire program, talks about corporate influence in US politics and cites Congressman Buck McKeon and immigrant dentention centers as two specific examples of "Governing Under the Influence." Visit gui.afsc.org for more information. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action
Steve Tamari, Associate Professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, serves on the Steering Committee for the Quaker Palestine/Israel Network. Steve provides a powerful, concise history of Palestinian resistance from the Nakba, or "Catastrophe," in 1948 to the present.
Steve Tamari, Associate Professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, serves on the Steering Committee for the Quaker Palestine/Israel Network. Steve provides a powerful, concise history of Palestinian resistance from the Nakba, or "Catastrophe," in 1948 to the present. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action

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