Young men ages 14 to 26 took part in an electrical installation training in Israac Village.
Young men and women coming of age now in Somalia have never known a time without civil war. Alissa Wilson looks at how some are ending the cycle of violence—and what the U.S. can do to support, instead of hinder, their efforts.
On August 11, 2011, AFSC wrote letter to Kurt Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, urging the United States to join the World Food Programme's effort to feed North Koreans as they go through the worst food crisis in the last 15 years. AFSC has a long history of supporting the people of North Korea as they struggle for basic survivial.
You are what you eat -- and everything on your plate is corn.
This is the third film in the “Examining Modern Life” series, sponsored by the AFSC, and concerns the topics of Iowa farming, government subsidies, and nutrition.
Engrossing and eye-opening, King Corn is a fun and crusading journey into the digestive tract of our fast-food nation. Fueled by curiosity and a dash of naiveté, college buddies Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis return to their ancestral home of Greene, Iowa, to find out how the modest corn kernel conquered America.
This is the second film in the “Examining Modern Life” series, sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee, concerning the topic of U.S. corporate farming (a.k.a. Big-Ag).
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