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The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service.  Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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Criminal Justice Program Associate

The Program Associate will work with other program staff to directly advocate for people held in Michigan’s prisons; assist with supervision of  volunteers and interns; organize with formerly incarcerated people, interested community members, and loved ones of people impacted by the punishment system; and educate the public on criminal legal and punishment systems issues in Michigan; testify on behalf of AFSC at legislative hearings and before other decision makers; speak to college classes, religious and political organizations; convene coalitions; work in coalition with other organizations dedicated challenging the punishment system and prison depopulation in the state.


Research Analyst Intern, Office of Equity and Inclusion

As the AFSC continues its work to ensure that decision-making is occurring in ways that are reflective of its anti-racism/oppression commitments and equity and justice principles, the organization has a need to collect and analyze data gathered from its usage of the Anti-Racism Assessment Toolkit and other related documents and surveys. This position will provide critical assistance to the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and the Board Community Equality and Justice Committee (BCEJC) in the gathering and analyzing of primary data toward that end. In addition, this position will assist with logistics for both the BCEJC and the TWC Subcommittee as both groups pursue the realization of their respective annual plans.


Senior Detention Attorney

The Senior Detention Attorney will be part of AFSC’s Friends Representation Initiative of New Jersey (FRINJ), a publicly-funded project that will provide representation for immigrants who are detained by ICE at immigration facilities in New Jersey and facing removal hearings at either the Newark or Elizabeth Immigration Courts. The Senior Detention Attorney is responsible for: direct legal representation; mentoring detention attorneys and staff; and participation in statewide and nationwide detention-related advocacy activities.

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