American Friends Service Committee

American Friends Service Committee
American Friends Service Committee is listed in the Associations category in Washington, District of Columbia. 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.

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1822 R St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 483-3341

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"Let it be known that we’re powerful, because waking up every morning to a country that vilifies you and choosing to actively participate is an act of resilience."
We are powerful — and it’s time that the world knows that too.

RT @arniealpert: Who’s Really Driving Nuclear-Weapons Production? asks @WilliamHartung, via @thenatio…

Tonight join us for Faith and Racial Justice: with Chris Crass and Jude-Laure Denis in person at the Friends Center or via Facebook Live. Back in September, AFSC's Lucy Duncan spoke to Chris Crass about faith and organizing white people for racial justice and shared some highlights:
On September 6th I had the enormous honor of getting to talk with Chris Crass, white anti-racist organizer and Unitarian Universalist. We had a wide ranging conversation about faith, organizing white people for racial justice, the status of racial justice among Quakers and Unitarian Universalists, a...

Writer @YoSoyYosi on why undocumented immigrants need to be given power over their own stories — & their own lives.…

RT @JBing215: 13 members in US Congress did something good for a change this week #nowaytotreatachild…

RT @theIMEU: This Is How Human Rights Activists Moved Congress to Action on Abuse of Palestinian Children in Military Detention https://t.c…

Members of Congress on Tuesday introduced a bill requiring the U.S. Secretary of State to certify that funds bound for Israel “do not support military detention, interrogation, abuse, or ill-treatment of Palestinian children.” The proposed legislation, put forward by Minnesota Representative Betty McCollum, had ten co-sponsors when it was announced.
A first-of-its-kind bill introduced this week focusing on the rights of Palestinian children could pave the way for greater transparency and accountability in America’s dealings with Israel. Members of Congress on Tuesday introduced a bill requiring…

Those of us who aren’t targeted by anti-Muslim racism have not had to develop these skills to combat it, but let…

Getting ready for the holidays with friends and family—and potentially awkward or inflammatory conversations about current events? These tips can help you feel more prepared and confident:
Here are six tips to effectively counteract anti-Muslim rhetoric in your conversations.

Three years ago, congressional action on these abuses seemed like a distant dream. Now it is reality.
Grassroots pressure led to a landmark bill.