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Economic Justice

Economic Justice

Let Your Life Speak

By: Genevieve Beck-Roe
Published: November 5, 2015
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This deck of seven cards shares stories of work in Quaker communities for loving justice in response to institutional racism, a broken immigration system, and more. Each story is ministry and will hopefully move Friends to seek out their place in work for peace with justice.

About the Author

Genevieve Beck-Roe is serving as the Friends Relations Fellow with AFSC as part of Quaker Voluntary Service's Alumni Fellowship for 2015-16. Genevieve grew up in Chicago and graduated in 2014 from Earlham College. She has previously worked and been active around issues of mass incarceration and immigrant detention at the intersection of LGBTQ rights, and is excited to engage those issues in a Quaker context at AFSC. She swam in the ocean for the first time in August and it was great.

Building community, growing food, co-creating change: An interview with Crystal Gonzalez

By: Genevieve Beck-Roe
Published: November 3, 2015
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About the Author

Genevieve Beck-Roe is serving as the Friends Relations Fellow with AFSC as part of Quaker Voluntary Service's Alumni Fellowship for 2015-16. Genevieve grew up in Chicago and graduated in 2014 from Earlham College. She has previously worked and been active around issues of mass incarceration and immigrant detention at the intersection of LGBTQ rights, and is excited to engage those issues in a Quaker context at AFSC. She swam in the ocean for the first time in August and it was great.

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