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Posts from August 2016

By: Alice Rothchild
By: Nia Eubanks-Dixon
By: AFSC
Published: August 3, 2016

By Gloria Fortuna

In 2014, Gloria Fortuna took part in Liberation Summer Youth Advocacy Training Camp, organized by AFSC in New York City. Every year, the camp brings together high schoolers from the Tri-State area who have been directly impacted the U.S. criminal and/or immigration systems as well as others who want to join their efforts toward change. Together, they analyze the issues and are trained on advocacy strategies, including filmmaking for...

News van covering nonviolent civil actions in Baltimore
By: Beth Hallowell
Published: August 2, 2016

Narrative change is about more than just talk

Curious about what it means to change the narrative on war and violence? Interested in how to get started? Then check out the free webinar we did last week with Search for Common Ground's DM&E for Peace network, where we make the case for why narrative change work is crucial to peace building. It's geared towards non-profits working on social justice issues, but it has something to offer anyone...

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