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The consequences of border militarization are explained in this short video.
Joshua Saleem describes some of his experiences doing AFSC peace education work in high schools in St. Louis. In this three-minute video, Joshua focuses on a peace ball project chosen by students at Northwest Academy of Law.
Ghaisha came to the U.S. from Niger seeking asylum. Now a U.S. citizen and member of the Greensboro, N.C. community, she shares the story of a friend who was denied an organ transplant because he is undocumented.  
In recognition of World Refugee Day on June 20, and in honor of the thousands of refugees who now call Iowa home, AFSC Iowa’s Immigrants Voice Program (IVP) presents this four-minute video of one mother and son, reunited after 14 years of being apart. As Hannah describes in the video, the lives of her and her son were saved by an older woman in Liberia, a stranger from a different tribe, who claimed them as her own. “This is how we got safe,” Hannah says. “I didn’t even know her name, yet I was her daughter.”
Four advocates of healing justice share their experiences and explain why restorative rather than punitive practices work better for all involved. 
The ancient annual procession and blessing of San Ysidro y Santa María de la Cabeza will commence at 10am, on Saturday, May 18th at the corner of Isleta and Arenal, SW. Prayers to these traditional guardians of rain, water, and farmers will take place at La Plazita Farm, the procession's end, found at the corner of Arenal and Lopez, SW. Call 505-842-7343 for more information. Please bring seeds if you wish to participate in an exchange.
Public Hearing on Saving our Federal Safety Net Saturday, June 1 / 10:30 am – 12:30 pmSt. Paul AME ChurchRev. Bruce Butcher, Pastor1250 S. Hawkins Ave., Akron
First official trailer for "Comrade Sunshine," the upcoming documentary film by Cameron Granadino about Dominque Stevenson and AFSC's Friend of a Friend program.
Sherrod Brown video for the Public Hearing on Saving Our Federal Safety Net. June 2, 2013. St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Akron, Ohio. 
Recorded on Wednesday, June 5, this conversation among panelists in Kabul, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia was the latest in a series exploring key issues for Afghans. Please join the Wage Peace email list to hear about future events.

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