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Undaunted Spirits True Stories of Quaker Service by Jack Sutters and Melissa Elliott


True stories of the work of AFSC over the past 85 years, including service with the Doukabhors and many other refugees, response to the world wars, feeding programs, work camps, gay rights, civil rights, conscientious objection, truly demonstrating that their “work is Love made visible.”


AFSC, 2002, 84 pp., paperback $7.50


Windows and Mirrors Reflections on the War in Afghanistan a catalog by AFSC and the Godwin-Ternbach Museum


Windows and Mirrors is a traveling exhibit of artists’ and children’s depictions of the war in Afghanistan. These “windows” on a war torn country are also “mirrors,” reflecting our identity as a nation at war. The panels are shown in color with an explanation of the image and biography of the artist who created it.


AFSC and the Godwin-Ternbach Museum, 2010, 100 pp., paperback $10.00


Spirited Engagement Stories of the American Friends Service Committee by David Goodman and Nigel Noble


This moving documentary film, co-directed by Academy award winning filmmakers David Goodman and Nigel Noble, captures the spirit of the AFSC by telling seven stories of challenge and courage from the organization’s past and


present. AFSC, 2008, 20 min., DVD $5.00 Peace


A Peace of Africa Reflections on Life in the Great Lakes Region by David Zarembka


By weaving personal stories with historical narratives, A Peace of Africa explores how the Great Lakes Region of Africa went from optimism at the time of independence to the conflict, corruption, wars, and genocide that have engulfed the region since then. Zarembka studied African history at Harvard, served with the Peace Corps in Tanzania, founded a school in Kenya, and then was instru- mental in introducing the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) into Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, and Congo (South Kivu). He currently lives with his Kenyan wife Gladys in Lumakanda in W. Kenya.


Madera Press, 2011, 322 pp., paperback $25.00


Men of Peace World War II Conscientious Objectors edited by Mary Hopkins


Men of Peace contains contributions from thirty-two men who refused to become members of the United States armed forces during World War II. They tell what led them to refuse induction and choose to labor for no pay or go to federal prison during the conflict. We


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