In 1968, the first groups of ARSP volunteers arrived in the United States. Here they write about their experiences.
“Let’s Get Out of Here!” - A Historical ARSP Review
After 40 years... Lessons learned in community organizing: A basis to understand power and political relations.
Fighting arson fires. On building leadership against corrupt politicians. About a life-long passion.
About the Value of Community Reconciliation
My two years as an ARSP volunteer in the US from July 1975 – September 1977
The Recruiter. In the 1970s, dozens of US volunteers worked in community organizing. Thomas Fues was the initiator of this.
I arrived in New York early in January 1969; we were picked up by member of the staff of the training unit of the Church of the Brethren in New Windsor, Md.
Together we make the world more peaceful. Every day.