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Student Stories: Journey

Four Students from Guilford College's Center for Principled Problem Solving worked with trained AFSC staff to learn about digital Storytelling. Students interviewed immigrant peers and family to produce immigrant films. The featured film is by Sara Hussein.   To view all the student films visit our YouTube page here

The Search for Freedom By: Mojeeb Nazeri

Mojeeb Nazeri, a local student from Afghanistan involved in interfaith work, tells a digital story about his life in the United States after the September 11 attack.
Malachi Gibson tells how and why he left the Marines.

Choose to Listen Brianas film about the class

The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)’s NC Immigrant Rights Program has as one of its main goals to lift up the voices of immigrants to the broader public.

Eyes Wide Open Exhibit Comes to Truman

This is a Truman State University news station video about the AFSC Peace Fellows bringing AFSC's Eyes Wide Open exhibit to campus in Kirksville, Missouri. The effort is coordinated by AFSC's office in Kansas City.


A video project by the American Friends Service Committee documenting its work with youth in Los Angeles.

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2 de la tarde en el South Park BlocksEntre las calles SW Park Avenue y SW Salmon Join us for a March & Rally on May 1st! International Workers' Day From Cairo to Wisconsin to Portland Immigrant Rights are Workers' Rights!

We Are Change Atlanta

A minute long time lapse showing the creation of a mural inspired by AFSC's One Minute for Peace campaign

Tyree Scott Freedom School

At the Freedom school, youth explored issues of Racism, poverty, militarism, community organizing and leadership development. This video contains interviews of youth and clips of actual Freedom School dialogues. Many youth attending this Freedom school are now active in Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR ).