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Audio from AFSC

Audio from AFSC

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
Laura Magnani, Director of AFSC’s Bay Area Healing Justice Program in California, describes her experiences on the mediation team for hunger strikers at Pelican Bay State Prison in Crescent City, California and why Quakers need to take an active role in ending mass incarceration. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action
Laura Magnani, Director of AFSC’s Bay Area Healing Justice Program in California, describes her experiences on the mediation team for hunger strikers at Pelican Bay State Prison in Crescent City, California and why Quakers need to take an active role in ending mass incarceration.
Alissa Wilson is the Public Education and Advocacy Coordinator for AFSC's Africa Region. In this audio clip, Alissa describes her work in Somalia, as well as AFSC's efforts to increase the role of Public Education and Advocacy in its international programs and AFSC's exciting plans for Shared Security in the coming years. http://afsc.org/calls-spirited-action
We summarize last week’s activities; share upcoming events for next week; and comment  on only 1 issue: the vote today on Fast Track legislation in the US House of Representatives. We do so to emphasize its importance and to underscore the urgency of taking immediate action – to call your Congressperson asking them to vote NO. The toll free # is 888-804-8311.

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