An Evening with David Bacon, September 14, 2013
"As a documentary photographer and journalist, I don't claim to be an unbiased observer. I'm on the side of immigrant workers and unions in the United States and share their struggle for rights and a decent life. I take the side of people in Mexico trying to find alternatives for democratic political change. If the work I do helps to strengthen these movements, it will have served a good purpose."
Annual Fundraising Dinner to Benefit the New Hampshire Program
David Bacon, author of the new book, The Right to Stay Home: How US Policy Drives Mexican Migration, will be the guest speaker at the NH Program's annual fundraising event. As usual, the event will feature a dinner prepared by AFSC volunteers or donated by local restaurants. The event will kick off David's East Coast tour launching his new book, published by Beacon Press.
Click here to register on-line.
This event will feature a Silent Auction of donated items to benefit AFSC-NH. Click here see an album of items, which includes a print of "Peace Endangered," a limited edition woodcut by Fritz Eichenberg. Contact Denise Ginzler if you want to donate something for the Silent Auction.
Please click here if you want to take out an ad in the Program Booklet for the event. It's a great way to welcome David Bacon, advertise your services, or show your support for AFSC.