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Preoccupied with Justice: Kathleen McQuillen and Arnie Alpert on the Fallon Forum

What's new with the Occupy movement in Iowa and New Hampshire? What's driving people around the nation and around the world to confront economic injustice? AFSC staff Kathleen McQuillen and Arnie Alpert explore these questions and more with guest host Jon Krieg on the Fallon Forum.

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Occupy Together: The Prophet and the Castle, part 2

Note: Below is a follow up guest blog post by George Lakey which responds to comments on his initial blog post, The Prophet and the Castle.

by George Lakey

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Where is my Future? at Occupy Philly

Where is my Future? at Occupy Philly

The Haves, The Have-Nots, And The Beloved Community: Conversation Series Part 1

Arnie Alpert and Maggie Fogarty the impact of economics, or lack there of, and its effects on communities.
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Occupy Together: Press Release from the Interfaith Working Group of Occupy Philly

Below is a press release written and endorsed by the Occupy Philadelphia Interfaith Working Group. It calls for consideration of a 'third way' in ending the dispute between the city and Occupy Philadelphia about whether to move the encampment.  In Peace, Lucy

Occupy Philadelphia Interfaith Working Group Calls for Creative, Non-Violent  Response

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Speak Love with Power at Occupy Philly

Speak Love with Power at Occupy Philly

AFSC Supporters "Make Lemonade"

When politics and the economy hand out lemons, what do you do?  You gather friends, sing together, eat good food, share words to inspire continued action for social justice, and make lemonade!  That's what AFSC supporters did Nov. 12 at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Concord.  

Foreclosure on Bank of America

Friday, November 11, 2011 - 4:00pm

Bank of America is taking people’s homes through illegal and fraudulent foreclosure proceedings. At its core, the mortgage crisis was created by big banks playing fast and loose with our housing- we’re here to take it back and foreclose on the very institutions that would put us out of our homes!  Rally for a moratorium to end all foreclosures.  Bank of America on Green Valley Road.

Bloods and Crips find common cause in Occupy Atlanta

Blood and Crips unite over Occupy Atlanta

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Sherrod Britton and Shabaka Addae Guillory

Sherrod Britton, 29, was initiated into the Bloods when he was 18 years old. He joined because he felt lost and wanted to be a part of something.

Sherrod was walking down Peachtree Street past Troy Davis three weeks ago and saw all the tents. "I wanted to know what was going on, so I stopped by, I haven't left since", said Sherrod.

Sherrod expressed feeling a deep connection to the message and process of Occupy Atlanta." I stayed for the common cause, speaking for the people. I feel strongly that we have the right to jobs, health care, and affordable higher education."

The Haves, the Have-Nots, and the Beloved Community

Keith Harvey, AFSC Regional Director in New England, is hosting a series of community phone conversations on the theme The Haves, the Have-Nots, and the Beloved Community

We'll be talking about economic justice,the peace we work for in the world, and the peace we work for within.   Please join us!

Community Phone Call: Global Challenges

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 - 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Please join Joseph Gerson, Director of AFSC's Peace and Economic Security Program, for a telephone discussion about the global challenges that await as US power declines. 

Our host will be Keith Harvey, AFSC Regional Director in New England, who has launched a three part series of community conversations on the theme,  The Haves, the Have-Nots and the Beloved Community.

Community Phone Call: Economic Justice

Thursday, November 10, 2011 - 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Please join us from the comfort of your own home for a conversation with Arnie Alpert and Maggie Fogarty, Coordinators of AFSC's New Hampshire Program.  They will be sharing stories and strategies for achieving economic justice.  They will also welcome your questions!

Our host will be Keith Harvey, AFSC Regional Director in New England, who has launched a three part series of community conversations on the theme,  The Haves, the Have-Nots and the Beloved Community.

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