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Host an event

From exhibits, to films, to hosting AFSC staff, AFSC’s Friends Relations provides a variety of ways to bring the work of AFSC to your meeting or church. Follow the links below to learn more.

Waging Peace Banner Exhibit

Bring a museum-quality exhibit about AFSC's work for peace and justice to your monthly meeting or a special gathering of Friends. Reserve your dates and read the FAQs.

Humanize not Militarize

From Ferguson to Gaza, we can see how militarism directly impacts all of our lives. The images on display here are part of a new AFSC traveling exhibit that examines the effects of militarism at both the foreign and domestic policy levels. It also highlights alternatives and positive nonviolent solutions. For information about hosting or attending an exhibit please contact Mary Zerkel at allofus@afsc.org.

Films for change

AFSC brings important films to Friends that elevate the experiences of communities most impacted by injustice, highlighting the true cost of oppressive systems, as well as the resiliency of the human spirit. Many of these films are available for free online and include study guides or event suggestions. You are invited to hold a screening as a special event or for adult education at your meeting or church.

Let Your Life Speak

This booklet shares five stories of work by AFSC staff and Quakers for loving justice in response to racism, a broken immigration system, and more. Each story is ministry and will provide Friends with a guide to seek out their place in work for peace with justice.

Staff visits

Across the globe, AFSC staff are respected for their deep analysis and their commitment to addressing root causes of war and injustice. AFSC staff connect the dots between different social justice movements and work in coalition with partner organizations