American Friends

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American Friends
American Friends is listed in the Associations category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Friends 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 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

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1822 R St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 544-0324
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There are many ways to confront #Islamophobia in your community here are 15 things you can do: afsc.org/blogs/news-and…


RT @EmilyVerdugo: Read my latest blog... afsc.org/blogs/news-and…


RT @DemilitarizeDay: New Infografics from U.S. are already on the webpage! Take a look and use it for your actions @afsc_org @WarTaxResiste…

American Friends Service Committee shared West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy's live video.
The income tax is the only tax based on the ability to pay. Learn more:


RT @WVCBP: We're live talking SB 335 w/ @afsc_org of #WV. The income tax is the only tax based on the ability to pay. Tune in: https://t.co…


RT @AFSCiowa: We have the power to make it illegal for @POTUS to unilaterally go nuclear. Call on Congress to keep us safe. https://t.co/T…

Charleston, West Virginia made headlines last year when local police and community groups announced plans to improve race relations. Here’s a look at how this remarkable agreement came together and what it means for other cities grappling with racism and police violence.
Editor's note: This blog post was originally published on Oct. 12, 2016 and updated on March 17, 2017. Charleston, West Virginia made headlines last year when local police and community groups announced plans to improve race relations. Here’s a look at how this remarkable agreement came together and...

Research shows that hope works better than fear - or even facts. How can we use this important research to talk about the issues that matter? Read more in this week's Media Uncovered Blog:
Messages framed in terms of hope not only counter fearmongering, they also help people change their minds about key issues. Here are three tips for using messages of hope to help people overcome fear and even change their perspectives on the issues that matter.

FREE WEBINAR: Bystander & Copwatch Training Resources tomorrow Tuesday, March 21 at 7pm CST with American Friends Service Committee--Chicago in collaboration with People's Response Team. Trainers will give an overview of how these trainings have been used over the past several months. This will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have in moving forward with facilitating the trainings in your communities. Make sure to RSVP!
Our training manuals for Cop Watching 101 and Bystander Intervention 101 are now available for your communities to utilize! These training manuals were created by members of the People's Response...

Stories of how the Israeli blockade of Gaza impacts everyday life remain largely untold. Our new campaign gives you access to first-hand accounts from Palestinians living in Gaza, information about the blockade, and opportunities to make a difference. Read the stories, share them, and work with us to end the blockade.
I was reminded of the siege every time I prepare for a university exam or did a household chore. To study, I had to take advantage of the electricity. When I washed my clothes or cleaned, water and electricity had to be available. When I had work to do, I needed to ensure my laptop was fully charged...