Mural highlights problems of 67% of undocumented youth, unable to qualify for Dream Act as currently enacted
A miracle on the side of the San Francisco Friends Meetinghouse, where one of our youth programs -- 67 Sueños -- collaborated on a mural. You can read this story and several others in our latest Regional newsletter, and find out the latest about our work in our four Northern California offices.
“Everyone deserves justice and peace!” This was the sentiment of youth from the Learning Club Leadership Academy, a neighborhood teen youth program serving inner-city youth surrounding Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Kansas City, Kansas. The group’s members participated in the American Friends Service Committee’s Reflections on Afghanistan Mural project, which is teaching area youth about the Afghan people, the Afghan war and the impact the war has had on people there, on U.S. soldiers and on the United States.
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