American Friends Service Committee

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American Friends Service Committee
American Friends Service Committee is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below are the social networks for American Friends Service Committee which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Friends Service Committee on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for American Friends Service Committee is:
901 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 623-3464

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"Even though the Sessions guidance relieves the pressure that many sanctuary jurisdictions have been facing, it also hints that the Trump Administration could try to place conditions on future grants."
But the Trump Administration may find other ways to attack sanctuary cities—and the proposed 2018 fiscal year budget might be one of them.


RT @AFSCAZ: .@MesaAzgov ’s Vote in Favor of Jail Privatization is a Vote Against Local Control of Public Safet afscarizona.org/2017/05/23/mes…


AFSC Philadelphia stands in solidarity with the Palestinian Prisoners on Day 37 of the #DignityStrike twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

American Friends Service Committee stands in solidarity with the Palestinian Prisoners on Day 37 of the #DignityStrike #SaltwaterChallenge #DignityStrike37


RT @Wendy_Pearlman: Solidarity w/ 100+ Palestinian hunger strikers who've been moved to medical facilities @afsc_org #SaltWaterChallenge ht…

We know that peace and safety are built on foundations of love and inclusion, not oppression and discrimination. As we partner with people across the country who are challenging fear and hate, we offer hope—hope that compassion will win out over fear, and that together we can create the open, welcoming communities we all deserve.
This piece was written collaboratively by Willie Colon, Tony Heriza, Tonya Histand, and me with many other contributors. Nathaniel Doubleday curated the images shared here. This piece was shared on the opening day of the Centennial summit on April 20th, 2017. Take a look at the Centennial video “Lov...


RT @DCIPalestine: We are very glad to host #IFPB61 delegates in our Hebron office today. twitter.com/baparkr/status…


RT @WomenBelong: Another victory for the #SanctuaryMovement! Ingrid was granted relief from deportation webelongtogether.org/press-releases…

Claudia Rueda was just transferred to ICE custody in San Diego! Now more than ever its critical to Demand that ICE release immediately to allow her to apply for DACA with USCIS instead of filing notice to appear with the court. Please Direct your call to Field Office Director Greg Archambault at 619-557-6117
Early this morning, Border Patrol conducted a raid in Boyle Heights kidnapping Claudia Rueda outside her home in Boyle Heights, immigrant rights organizer with the Los Angeles Immigrant Youth Coalition and student at Cal State Los Angeles. Claudia most recently lead a campaign to free her mom, Teres...

"DHS’ decision comes after unprecedented advocacy by organizations and individuals. Over the weekend artists from hip hop star Wyclef Jean to several Haitian konpa musicians called on Kelly and President Donald Trump to extend TPS. Concert attendees during the two-day Haitian Compas Festival were also provided with phone numbers for DHS and the White House. And on Monday, a Tweet up was started to “#SayYestoTPS” and to “#SaveTPS.”
Haitians didn’t get the 18-month extension of Temporary Protected Status that they had been requesting, but a six-month extension may not be the final word, some say.