If I had a Trillion

A lifetime of paying the costs of war

Over the past year, young people participating in this year's “If I Had a Trillion Dollars” National Youth Film Festival have been learning how U.S. taxpayer money is spent.

HuffingtonPost: Young Filmmakers Decry the Trillion-Dollar Cost of Two Dumb Wars

Derrick Crowe of the Brave New Foundation praises the young participants of "If I Had a Trillion" video contest, co-sponsored by AFSC and the National Priorities Project.  They were asked how they would have spent the $1 Trillion spend on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and on Feb. 16, two winners will show their answers on Capitol Hill.

MARStar Fall 2010

Male Mentoring_Camping_Logan

In July 2010 members of the male mentoring group in Logan, West Virginia, went on a camping and fishing trip on the New River.

The MARStar newsletter is published by the Middle Atlantic Region of the American Friends Service Committee.  Read about one man’s desire to mentor young people as well as a recent intern’s experiences.

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