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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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Temporary Community Justice Attorney
The Temporary Attorney/Legal Representative is a short-term position to support the legal work of the Immigrant Rights Program while the current occupant of the role is on leave. The position is intended to begin August 24, 2020 and end January 15, 2021. While COVID-19 restrictions are in place, much of the work will be done virtually.
Campaign Coordinator, Immigrant Rights Program
The Campaign Coordinator is responsible to lead a developing campaign toward the release of all detainees from Elizabeth Detention Center. The Coordinator will also provide support for AFSC’s national #FreeThemAll campaign. The Campaign Coordinator will build a coalition and expand relationships with allies and state and federal legislators of New Jersey. The Campaign Coordinator will develop materials, plan events, and identify impacted community members to share stories.
Lead Organizer, 67 Sueños Program
The Lead Organizer (LO) will work closely with the 67 Sueños staff team to build a strong youth-led organizing program that supports youth to build power and win changes that impact their lives and that of their communities in Oakland and the Bay Area. Building off of 67 Sueños’ work in the areas of immigrant justice and police accountability, the Lead Organizer will initiate and develop local partnerships and coalitions as well as work with other AFSC Programs and Networks (Immigrant Justice, Healing Justice, Youth In Action) that link 67 Sueños works with broader AFSC efforts.