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Journey to Abolition: Love as the Roadmap Toward Justice & Liberation

Saturday, October 2, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
AFSC-NH Annual Fundraiser 2021 Invitation
Photo: AFSC / NH

The American Friends Service Committee's New Hampshire Program will host its annual gathering on Saturday, October 2, 2021. Join us online for Journey to Abolition: Love as the Roadmap Toward Justice & Liberation, a fall fundraising gathering to celebrate community and deepen our work to end systems of oppression. This year we are excited to host this event with a special guest, scholar-activist Nyle Fort.

The AFSC’s New Hampshire Program works with individuals, partner groups and coalitions to address the causes and effects of injustice in the state, with a special emphasis on promoting economic justice and the rights and well-being of immigrants, workers and prisoners; strengthening the safety net for low-income people; ending systems of state violence; developing new leaders and supporting community-led initiatives for social change; and supporting New Hampshire people to be active in policy advocacy. To support movement building, AFSC-NH engages in a variety of coordinated strategies to vitalize and nourish a growing movement of diverse people calling for social, racial and economic justice.

Date and time:

Saturday, October 2, 2021
7:00 - 8:30 PM ET

Speakers include:

Nyle Fort

Nyle Fort is a minister, activist, and scholar. He works on issues of social justice in a variety of capacities, including through activist scholarship, faith-based organizing, and large-scale social movements. Nyle received a B.A. in English from Morehouse College, a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Religion and African American Studies from Princeton University. He currently teaches at Columbia University.

Martin Toe

Martin Toe is a dynamic American Afropop/hip-hop artist from New Hampshire. From African roots, Martin inspires his fans to be unstoppable through a combination of raw energy and undaunted lyrics. His music promotes diversity and overcoming all obstacles, pulling from his past experiences with loss, war trauma, and hurt. His debut album Civic Leader received international critical acclaim. He is also the author of the book America Calls to Me: The Story of a Refugee Boy’s Journey. Martin was a Grassroots Organizer with AFSC-NH for two years and is a co-founder of Change for Concord. Currently he is a Housing Justice Organizer with the Granite State Organizing Project in Manchester.

Arnie Alpert
Former AFSC-NH Co-director

Arnie Alpert is happily retired and continues to share his talents as a writer and photographer. Follow his work at (Active with the Activists) and at his website dedicated to New Hampshire’s radical history!

Moderated by:

Maggie Fogarty, AFSC-NH Program Director
Grace Kindeke, AFSC-NH Program Coordinator

The tickets for this virtual event are free, but please consider making a contribution to AFSC-NH to support our work into the future!

Instructions for registering:
- To register now with a donation restricted to AFSC-NH, select "1" under Ticket Quantity and enter your donation in the Additional Contribution field.
- To register now and and make a donation later, select "1" under Ticket Quantity and leave the Additional Contribution blank. Supporters may make contributions separately through the AFSC-NH restricted donation page for this event.
- To register now and make a donation through the mail, leave Additional Contribution blank and send a check with "Payable to AFSC-NH" in the memo line to the following address:

4 Park St., #304
Concord, NH 03301

Contact Information 

Maggie Fogarty, AFSC-NH Program Director
Grace Kindeke, AFSC-NH Program Coordinator


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