Laughter, learning, and leadership lobbying filled AFSC’s 2015 If I Had a Trillion Dollars national youth film festival, which was held in Washington, D.C. for its fifth year. Young people from other AFSC office locations joined in to attend a four-day advocacy experience.
Join us to see creative short films made by KC area youth expressing the ways they think we should spend our federal budget to help our community.
KC area youth will speak out in a series of short films submitted to the national youth If I Had A Trillion Dollars film festival. Come see their hopes and dreams for a federal budget that will help produce a more positive future.
Weekly Kansas City AFSC Peace & Justice Alert E-newsletter -February 22, 2014 providing information about AFSC peace and justice activities in the Kansas City area, a calendar of social change events, articles and advocacy opportunities.
The Kansas City Program of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) announces, on the eve of Veterans’ Day, the retirement of the Missouri and Kansas Eyes Wide Open (EWO) Exhibits, the widely-acclaimed exhibition on the human cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The memorial exhibit includes over 200 combat boots tagged with the names of Missouri and Kansas troops and shoes tagged with the names of civilians killed in the Iraq and Afghan wars.
In response to the misdirected federal budget debate and actions in Washington, D.C. and the disastrous impact it is having on our community and economy, the Kansas City AFSC has organized a Move the Money resolution campaign.
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