The AFSC office in Atlanta, GA is the regional headquarters for the South Region. The office also hosts the Atlanta Economic Justice Program and several peace and justice non-profit organizations.
Atlanta Economic Justice
The Atlanta Economic Justice Program (ATLEJP) works for economic and social justice. Through training, grassroots organizing and leadership development, we help build a culture of activism. We work with communities to build coalitions and resist injustice.
AFSC Florida coordinates local, statewide, and national campaigns to demand the fair treatment of all immigrants and build collective power. We focus on immigrant justice, immigration legal services, and just economies.
Peace by Piece New Orleans
Peace by Piece supports and mobilizes Black youth in New Orleans. We focus on political education and community organizing. Together we work to realize sustainable and equitable communities rooted in self-determination.
Appalachian Center for Equality
The Appalachian Center for Equality (ACE) is a youth leadership program. We create opportunities for young people in southern West Virginia to pursue their goals by working and learning together.
West Virginia Economic Justice
The West Virginia Economic Justice Project (WVEJ) works statewide on issues affecting low income and working families. We build effective coalitions in support of economic justice for all people.
North Carolina Immigrant Rights Program
AFSC’s NC Immigrant Rights Program (NC IRP) seeks to build a community that values the worth and dignity of every person in our state.
AFSC South Star Newsletter
Stories and resources from across the South Region, highlighting our programs' work to advocate for protections for migrants, defend renters and homeowners from predatory housing practices, train young people in policy making and more.