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Gaalkacyo oo laga bilaabay barnaamij iskaa wax u qabso ah

The Galkacyo celebration was featured on the Kalsan TV evening news.
Psychotherapist Geral Blanchard of Des Moines talks about his new book, "Transcending Trauma: Post-Traumatic Growth Following Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Abuse," with Fallon Forum guest host Jon Krieg, Communications Specialist with AFSC's Midwest Region. Geral can be reached at
Kathleen McQuillen of AFSC Iowa and Katie Huerter of Nebraskans For Peace discuss Middle East peace prospects on the Fallon Forum.

Education Is the Key to Our Success (IHTDFilms2014)

St. Louis students voice their support for education in their video entry in AFSC's If I Had a Trillion Dollars Youth Film Festival.

IHTD 2014 Official Selections - Trailer

Twenty-one official selections have been chosen for AFSC's fourth annual “If I Had a Trillion Dollars” Youth Film Festival.

AFSC New Orleans

Peer-to-peer learning is proving to be an effective way to promote nonviolence in New Orleans. Through Peace by Piece, a youth-led program of AFSC’s New Orleans program, interns and community partners train youth in conflict resolution and violence reduction using arts and activism.

F35, The jet that ate the Pentagon • BRAVE NEW FILMS: SECURITY #1 • DOCUMENTARY

This is how bloated Pentagon spending works. 
This video is from the Google Hangout organized by AFSC and Just World Books with five of thecontributors to the book Gaza Writes Back: Short Stories from Young Writers in Gaza, Palestine.  You can take action by demanding an end to the siege on Gaza here and can purchase a copy of the book here

F35, The jet that ate the Pentagon • BRAVE NEW FILMS: SECURITY #1 • DOCUMENTARY

In 2014, taxpayers in the U.S. will pay $8.45 billion for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Aircraft, although this plane has a history of being overdue, over-budget, and grounded. Find out what you can do to stop the F-35.

Human Rights Project - Wilson High School

  Wilson High School students discuss their human rights learning projects as part of AFSC's D.C. Peace & Economic Justice Program.