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New video: AFSC NC intern shares her journey to acceptance as a Muslim young woman

Putri Pamela Powell is one of the Youth Cultural Media Project interns in AFSC's Greensboro, North Carolina office. Watch the meaningful short digital story she created reflecting on her journey from Indonesia and her understanding of herself as a Muslim young woman.  

Watch her story here:  

Interfaith Vigil honoring International Day of the Migrant

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Interfaith Vigil honoring International Day of the Migrant

Join us as we call for 

-A clear roadmap to citizenship for immigrants

-Equal college tuition for all NC students

-Safe and welcoming communities for all residents


Facebook event here.

NC intern creates photographic exhibit with immigrant youth

Newcomer Student

Young girl at the Newcomers School, Greensboro, NC

Haejin Song, a senior at The Early College at Guilford, recently held an exhibit highlighting students from the Doris Henderson Newcomers School. During the past two years, Haejin has invested her time working with students at this school as a mentor and tutor.

October 2012 E-Newsletter - NC Immigrant Rights Program

The October 2012 e-newsletter for the NC Immigrant Rights Program

September 2012 E-Newsletter- NC Immigrant Rights Program

The September 2012 e-newsletter of the NC Immigrant Rights Program

"Windows and Mirrors" at the Democratic National Convention

Sunday, September 2, 2012 - 1:00pm - Saturday, September 8, 2012 - 6:00pm

A provocative art exhibit on the human cost of war. Visit for details and related events.

"Windows and Mirrors" Opening Reception

Saturday, September 1, 2012 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Join us for an opening of the "Windows and Mirrors" community exhibition with music and stories by Jacob George. Light refreshments will be served. 

Jacob, a 30-year-old, three-tour paratrooper turned peace activist, is a cofounder of A Ride Till The End (ARTTE), a perpetual bicycle protest of the Afghan War that has covered over 7,000 miles in the United States since 2010.

Humanizing the cost of war

As Democratic delegates gather in Charlotte, N.C. to weigh in on their political party’s platform for the next four years, a silent cadre of Afghan faces will ask them to consider the people affected by those policies.

Eighteen murals depicting civilians wounded or killed during the war in Afghanistan will be displayed in the midst of the Democratic National Convention from Sept. 1-8. They are replicas of the murals of "Windows and Mirrors," AFSC’s exhibition of 45 murals created by U.S. artists.

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