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Youth Summit 'An unforgettable experience'

Students from South Region programs in North Carolina, West Virginia, New Orleans, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., gathered in the nation’s capital in June for a Human Rights Summit organized by Jean Louis Peta Ikambana director of the AFSC-DC program.

The students participated in workshops to prepare for meetings with their representatives on Capitol Hill.

Students Attend Human Rights Summit in Washington, DC

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NC Delegates in DC!

Recently our students were part of a delegation of AFSC-affiliated youth to visit Washington, DC for the AFSC Human Rights Youth Summit. Find out what that's all about and read their reflections here!

Reflections from NC delegation to AFSC Human Rights Summit in Washington, DC

Jodie and Alex at Human Rights Summit

Guilford College (NC) students Jodie Geddes and Alex Garrison attend the AFSC Human Rights Summit in DC in July

Jodie Geddes and Alex Garrison, both Guilford College students in Greensboro, NC, joined 15 other young people in Washington DC to attend AFSC’s first Human Rights Summit June 24-28, 2013. 

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