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Maureen Farris, a former intern with AFSC's Economic and Political Justice Program in Northeast Ohio, talks about her current work as a teacher and what she learned from her work with AFSC.
Vicktoria Lariche, an intern with AFSC's Economic and Political Justice Program in Northeast Ohio, shares about her experience with AFSC.
Check out this Move the Money video created by Debbie Southorn of AFSC Chicago. In April 2014, young people from across the country demonstrated in Washington, DC because they want to fund programs in their communities. They demand money for homes, schools, community centers and green technology instead of warfare and weapons. Feed people, not the Pentagon. As the young people say, “We are unstoppable, another world is possible.”
Militarization is one aspect of Israeli society that AFSC is trying to challenge through its Israel Program. Israel Social TV, which works to promote social change and rights tries to mobilize its viewers towards activism and a more democratic society.
  Militarization is one aspect of Israeli society that AFSC is trying to challenge through its Israel Program. Israel Social TV, which works to promote social change and rights tries to mobilize its viewers towards activism and a more democratic society.  
Frank Hribar from Mentor, Judy Kramer from Chagrin Falls, Carla Rautenberg from Cleveland Heights and Rose & Jack Petsche from Brecksville speak at the Shaker Heights Move to Amend meeting on December 4, 2014.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 7:00pm Speakers: Elaine ScarryWalter M. Cabot Professor of Aesthetics and General Theory of Value; Harvard University James WalshSecurity Studies Program, MIT Co-sponsored by MIT's Technology & Culture Forum and Massachusetts Peace Action Held in honor of International Day for the Complete Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
Ron Simpson-Bey of AFSC's Michigan Criminal Justice Program discusses the Good Neighbor Project, which applies restorative justice practices in a one-on-one co-mentorship between inmates and community volunteers. Ron presented at the Washtenaw County Dispute Resolution Center on December 3, 2014.
Hear from young people challenging racism at AFSC's first Saint Louis Freedom School.
Pablo is a leader in a Guatemala City network of young people reducing violence in their communities,

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