This day reminds us that only through remembrance and action can we build a non-violent world free of the atrocities of nuclear weapons.
Sponsored by American Friends service Committee, Massachusetts Peace Action, New England Peace Pagoda, the City of Cambridge, Harvard Square Business Association, Memory Productions, and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.
This resource guide is intended to help facilitate discussion about the film “5 Broken Cameras” by social action groups, classes, and other interested parties. We hope that discussion of this important film becomes a vehicle for developing a greater understanding of the issues involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and nonviolent resistance in Palestine.
AFSC Area Office of the Carolinas is pleased to co-sponsor the new Peaceful Means Film Series in Durham, NC, a film series about ordinary people making a world of difference through peaceful means. AFSC joins Durham Peace Action, Veterans for Peace (Eisenhower Chapter), and the Triangle/Chapel Hill Branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom; and Witness for Peace Southeast in presenting these exciting events. All films are shown at the Hayti Heritage Center in Durham, 804 Old Fayetteville St.
American Friends Service Committee--Chicago and National Priorities Project proudly presents the Second Annual AFSC Benefit and the "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival. Join us for a night of peace, dialogue, and activism!
Private Reception - 6:00 PM
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Storyology: Digital Storytelling by Immigrants and Refugees returns to Charlotte in 2012!
In October 2010, AFSC-NC sponsored an amazing class with local immigrants that included workshops on storytelling, photography, basic video and audio editing, and community building that resulted in powerful 3-5 minute films about each person’s journey.
In January and February 2012, we are bringing Storyology to the International House of Charlotte, thanks to a grant from the Arts & Sciences Council.
Mural Art as a Catalyst for Social Change -Tony Heriza (AFSC director Educational Outreach) will show his documentary Concrete, Steel and Paint, which explores the way that mural painting provided a space for prisoners and victims of violence to come together for healing in a Philadelphia prison. Says a participant in the process, "There's something about creating beauty that reaches people and that in the end gives us hope that things can change..." Winner of the Best Short Documentary award at the Peace on Earth Film Festival.
AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more
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AFSC has office around the world. To see a complete list see the Where We Work page.