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Across the country, Friends and AFSC are working together for immigrant rights, for racial justice, for a just and lasting peace in Israel-Palestine, on countering xenophobia, and on ending mass incarceration. Follow the links below to learn more about the many ways to get involved.

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5 ways to get involved

AFSC program staff have created ways for your Quaker meeting/church to engage and support witness on a number of our key issues. There are numerous ways to support AFSC's work through learning, hosting events, teaching others, contacting policy makers, and taking direct action. Take a look at these pages and inspire action.

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Partners in spirit-led action

AFSC Friends Liaisons connect their meetings and churches to the work of AFSC and inspire action on AFSC's key issues. Here are 11 ways to engage your Quaker meeting or church with AFSC. By engaging with Friends and providing resources for spiritually-grounded social justice work, the program seeks to support a movement of Friends working for lasting peace with justice.

Quaker Social Change Ministry

Quaker Social Change Ministry (QSCM) is available to all Friends who wish to do Spirit-led, social justice work connected to the work of AFSC. QSCM is a transformative approach that combines Spirit and action, builds covenental relationships, and centers communities most impacted by injustice.

The Quaker Palestine Israel Network

Founded in the Fall of 2013 to support the growth of the movement among Friends for a just and lasting peace in Palestine and Israel, to educate about boycott, divestment, and sanctions as a nonviolent approach, and to work together across Quaker meetings and churches and with the interfaith movement for greater impact.