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Nihad Awad, co-founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), speaks at a 2011 Muslims in America and Islamophobia event in North Carolina. 
Back from her third trip to the region last year, Kathy talks about resistance, solidarity, Afghan desires for non-military solutions and the role of the US peace movement. Download MP3
This event was recorded on November 5, 2010 at the Windows and Mirrors exhibit in Philadelphia. It was a two part event that featured Philadelphia area artists whose work is featured in the exhibit talking about their submissions.  The second half featured poets and members of the Warrior Writers Project. This recording is from the first half of the event.
Annie Frundle is an intern with AFSC's office in Kansas City. She staffed AFSC's literature table at the Visions of Peace at the Crossroads festival October 1, 2010.
Recorded Tuesday October 26, 2010, this forum look at the principles of restorative justice practice and heard from people in Philadelphia who are engaged in, and have lived through, the process.
This presentation from the Windows and Mirrors exhibit in Philadelphia was the first in a series of events related to the exhibit.  AFSC hopes to stimulate dialogue about the costs of the war in an effort to get Americans to push for peace in Afghanistan, and to resist future wars. The main presentators were Phyllis Bennis from the Institute for Policy Studies, and Oskar Castro from AFSC. 
The AFSC’s Mary Zerkel and Alexis Moore discuss  “Windows and Mirrors”  on “What’s Going On,” which airs on Q102, Radio 104.5 and My 106.1, and on “Insight,” which airs on WDAS FM and Power 99. Download MP3.
A community radio station in Austin recently featured an interview with Josefina Castillo and Judith Rosenberg regarding Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera (Austin So Close to the Border). ATCF will become an independent organization on September 30, 2010.
Sheri Parks joins Marc Steiner on The Marc Steiner Show to talk about her new book Fierce Angels: The Strong Black Woman in American Life and Culture.  In the book she takes on the history of the idea of the “strong black woman” and looks at what it means for contemporary women. She is Associate Professor and Co-Director of Graduate Studies in the American Studies department at the University of Maryland, College Park.
After the arrest of his father, Bassidi shared how his farther's lack of "papers" have prevented him from getting a job and supporting his family. Download the mp3 file

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