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.
Visit today! The Waging Peace: 100 Years of Action exhibit is now open through November 5th at Guilford College.
Teacher & Family Guides
Waging Peace: 100 years of Action is a great way to introduce children to the many different ways that peace has been waged in our world in the past 100 years.
- 10 & Up
- 1800 – 2200 sq ft
- 10 ft
- Free. Host is responsible for shipping in one-direction, insurance, and exhibit staff travel and per diem for set-up and take-down.