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Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the adult Religious Education component of the new Meeting/Church Liaison program.  This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update.  You can listen to the entire update here.

Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the development of the new Meeting/Church Liaison program.  This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update.  You can listen to the entire update here.

Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the Israeli Divestment focus area in the new Meeting/Church Liaison program.  This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update.  You can listen to the entire update here.

Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the Combatting Islamaphobia focus area in the new Meeting/Church Liaison program.  This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update.  You can listen to the entire update here.

Listen to Friends Liaison, Lucy Duncan, describe the Immigrant Allies focus area in the new Meeting/Church Liaison program.  This audio was recorded during AFSC's October Program Update.  You can listen to the entire update here.

Gabe Huck and Theresa Kubasak have lived in Syria for the last seven years. In 2007 they initiated the Iraqi Student Project in an effort to to present scholarships as a form of reparations for the damage caused by the U.S.-led war in Iraq. So far 61 students have come to U.S. colleges with scholarships, and nine have graduated, with 20 more expected to graduate in 2013.

Sandra Sanchez, director of AFSC's Iowa Immigrant Voice Program, talks about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in this September 20, 2012 interview with Knight Life.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents raided Florinda Bequiri’s home in New Jersey on a cold, dark October morning just before the family rose for school. Florinda and her younger brother were sleeping in the basement of the house where they lived with their aunt, uncle, and cousins, when the stairway filled with police officers.

After living in the United States for 25 years since his arrival from Albania, her Uncle was arrested and detained.  Since then, Florinda has been fighting to keep her aunt and uncle in the country.

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