As military contractors and former government officials host forums on foreign policy in the 2016 elections, AFSC's Governing Under the Influence project calls into question whether foreign policy should be dictated by self-interested corporations.
Don Bustos--farmer, educator, and co-director of AFSC's New Mexico Program--is receiving the James Beard Award for his work in support of farmers’ rights and education, and efforts to include farmers of color in the national food movement.
A Congressional Briefing organized by AFSC and allies focuses on a little known aspect of the Israeli occupation that illustrates the trauma experienced by Palestinian children, their families and their communities.
For five years, AFSC's border program has been working with immigrant rights advocates and the loved ones of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas to demand justice in the wake of his death at the hands of border patrol agents.
Members of the Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition rally at the state Capitol to protesr the continued court injunction against a program that could delay deportation for 5 million undocumented immigrants.
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