American Friends Service Committee

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American Friends Service Committee
American Friends Service Committee is listed in the Associations category in Portland, Oregon. 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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2249 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 230-9427

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While the Trump administration continues to pursue militarized anti-immigrant policies, border communities also continue to organize to support one another and defend immigrants’ basic human rights. Read stories of resistance from AFSC-San Diego
For decades, the U.S. has militarized southern border communities. Here’s how some of those communities are pushing back.By Ronna BolantePresident Donald Trump has famously called for the U.S. to build a nearly 2,000-mile long wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Since taking office, he has signed swe...


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RT @car1ygoodman: Archives (@afsc_org) contain stories of resistance to inspire right now. I bet @HRDocumentation has many, too. https://t.…


RT @NJ_ISJ: Thank you @afsc_org for working for social justice for 100 years! You are an inspiration! @afscIRP twitter.com/DrugPolicy_NJ/…

AFSC produced several brochures and booklets to inform Americans about the Vietnam War and the draft. Did you read any of these pamphlets? If so, we’d love to hear what you read and how it influenced you to take action. Share in the comments below. #VietnamSummer67 afsc.org/vietnamsummer

Help create Sanctuary Everywhere by standing up to hate and fear. The deadline to reach our $10,000 goal is MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. Will you join us today and help make a real difference?
Our Sanctuary Everywhere movement is a direct response to the dangerous actions and policies of the Trump Administration, and builds on years of AFSC grassroots resistance. Help us build on our momentum and better respond to the pressing needs of this critical moment. Please give TODAY.

"We are here to take a stand against Senate Bill 4, the most discriminatory and hateful law in recent history," declared Magdalena Juarez, 17, wearing a bright red gown. "When Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill into law on May 7, he disrespected my community. He put a lot of Texas in danger. SB4 is not only an attack on immigrant communities; it threatens the lives of all people of color."
With bright skirts flouncing, 15 young women ascended the steps of the Texas State Capitol in Austin. "We will not meet this law on its hateful level," declared 17-year-old Magdalena Juarez.

“Simply put, engagement works. Diplomacy is the only option for addressing this conflict — war would be catastrophic. And diplomatic engagement even has the benefit of being supported by most Americans.” - Kerri Kennedy, Associate General Secretary for International Programs at AFSC,
Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea are at an all-time high — and continue to escalate following North Korea’s test of a missile that can supposedly reach Alaska. It’s still possible to turn down the heat with small steps that could lead to more robust diplomacy later on. But this requires the...