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AFSC South Star Newsletter: Spring 2019

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As we reflect on the AFSC's successes in 2018, we know that we will need your help to carry that momentum through this year. We want to counter systemic racism, expose and stand against militarism, and support immigrant rights—all to the best of our ability. The spring 2019 issue of the South Star shares the South Region's work to provide resources, train allies and advocate for friends and neighbors, who need us now more than ever.

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AFSC South Star Newsletter Spring 2019
Spring 2019 issue of the AFSC South Region's South Star newsletter, in a downloadable PDF.
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Programs across region support #LoveKnowsNoBorders campaign
On December 10, 2018, more than 400 individuals of faith from all over the country joined in a...
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Jacob Flowers: Seeking peace and justice in a new year
Friends,From start to finish, 2018 was a year of unexpected challenges—one that forced the AFSC to...
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Congress is considering legislation to protect TPS, DED, and DACA

Here’s what you need to know and how you can take action.

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Peace by Piece announces #StopWatchingNOLA
The AFSC New Orleans’ Peace by Piece (PxP) program has created a new resource in the interest of...
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Temporary Protected Status holders journey for justice
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Red Light the Gulch: AFSC Atlanta rallies against development
On the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., organized labor joined community groups on the...
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Friend of a Friend: Update from the Hamer-Acoli Farm
Below is a neighborhood update by Tiffany DeFoe on behalf of Tubman House, a multi-service resource...
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D.C. celebrates 10 years as a Human Rights City
In 2008, the American Friends Service Committee was critical in leading efforts to declare...