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Join us: Sanctuary Everywhere Live!

A free webinar series on creating safer, more inclusive communities
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Do police keep us safe?

Join us to examine policing with the staff of Critical Resistance, who will walk us through their powerful police abolition workshop. They will define policing, examine the timeline and history of the police, practice interrupting individual instances of police harassment of people in the community, and consider policy intervention.

AFSC staff and partners will also discuss their involvement in local campaigns like Stop Urban Shield in San Francisco and #NoCopAcademy in Chicago, as well as federal policy. 

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Who's watching? Resisting surveillance

Watch our webinar to learn about how communities are being watched by the government in the name of national security. Learn about the history of surveillance, what surveillance programs the government is currently using, ways that targeted communities are resisting, and how you can help. Image by Monica Trinidad

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Creating sanctuary policies in schools and cities

Watch our webinar to learn about successful efforts to establish sanctuary policies in cities and schools. Learn from folks who have run successful campaigns to make more welcoming spaces for immigrants targeted by ICE and those targeted by other law enforcement.

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Bystander Intervention Training

Learn how to intervene in public instances of racist, anti-Black, anti-Muslim, anti-Trans, and other forms of oppressive interpersonal violence and harassment.

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Quaker Social Change Ministry

Learn how to incorporate spiritual practice into your work for social change.  

QSCM is a model to help congregations and other groups engage in Spirit-led activism while following the leadership of those most impacted by injustice.

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How to Offer Sanctuary

Listen to a recording of our July conference call, with information for congregations considering offering sanctuary.

Featuring someone who has lived in sanctuary; organizers and congregation members; and an immigration attorney.