Waging Peace

Our new traveling exhibition demonstrates the effectiveness of nonviolence to build justice, overcome oppression, and prevent violence—as told through the powerful stories of those who have confronted injustice over the past century. See what courage and love can do.

Since 1917, the American Friends Service Committee has been a successful Quaker experiment in nurturing the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems. AFSC’s century of work demonstrates the effectiveness of nonviolence to build justice, over­come oppression, and prevent and reconcile after many forms of violence. In our 100th anniversary, we have a key opportunity to share powerful lessons from our history.

Waging Peace: 100 Years of Action now open @GuilfordCollege in Greensboro, NC #WagePeace100
Plan Your Visit
Upcoming Exhibits
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Host

Would you like to bring this exhibit to your museum? Spots are still available for 2017 and 2018. 

Contact Beth Tinker by phone (215) 704-9473 or by email btinker@uarts.org 

Ages
10 & Up
Size
1800 – 2200 sq ft
Height
10 ft
Cost
Free. Host is responsible for shipping in one-direction, insurance, and exhibit staff 
travel and per diem for set-up 
and take-down.