Photo: AFSC/AFSC Archives
Anna Cox Brinton, a Quaker and classics scholar, helped feed children after WWII and went on to serve on AFSC boards and committees for most of her adult life.
“I came upon a sort of people who held that women have no souls, adding in a light manner, ‘no more than a goose.’ But I reproved them, and told them that was not right; for Mary said, ‘my soul doth magnify the Lord.” –Journal of George Fox (1646)
Published: November 5, 2010
Photo: AFSC/Samantha R Sanangurai
Patricia Zeka Demonstrates the use of a 4 pound sledge hammer whilst Edwin Mpandawana, her trainer, assists. She is part of the Hatcliffe Extension 'Pisa Pisa' welding and blacksmithing group.
Photo: AFSC / /Samantha R Sanangurai
Patricia Zeka demonstrates the use of a 4 pound sledge hammer whilst, trainer, Edwin Mpandawana assists. She is one of the four women who constitute the 'Pisa Pisa' welding and blacksmithing group which is part of the livelihoods programme in Hatcliffe Extension, Zimbabwe.
Photo: AFSC/Photo by Samantha Sanangurai
“Pisa Pisa” The Passionate and Phenomenal Women of Hatcliffe Extension
Published: September 9, 2010
Anita participated in a series of workshops by AFSC-Burundi partner, Friends Women's Association. The trainings looked at a holistic approach to rebuilding lives after conflict: trauma healing, conflict mediation, support groups and income generation.