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<p>With hate crime victims Batula and &nbsp;Farak, and Governor John Lynch looking on, Maggie Fogarty (left) addresses 300 people at a hastily called “Love Your Neighbor” rally in Concord.</p>

With hate crime victims Batula and  Farak, and Governor John Lynch looking on, Maggie Fogarty (left) addresses 300 people at a hastily called “Love Your Neighbor” rally in Concord.

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Julia Freeman-Woolpert

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AFSC's New Hampshire program supports the growth and development of an effective, sustainable New Hampshire peace and justice movement. The program works toward that goal by providing resources, training, and assistance to grassroots groups and coalitions, and by providing information and a Quaker perspective to the general public. Our current priorities are economic justice, youth empowerment, and support for a variety of efforts promoting peace and human rights. 

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