Elizabeth Tinker and Noah Smalls install an exhibit at the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017.
AP Photo/Matt Rourke
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The American Friends Service Committee is celebrating 100 years of nonviolent activism with the exhibition "Waging Peace," which showcases the group's accomplishments while also illustrating work that remains to be done. General Secretary Shan Cretin hopes both aspects of the exhibit inspire visitors.Founded by Quakers during World War I, the organization has been promoting peace and justice as an expression of faith in action.One interactive feature highlights the challenges facing immigrants.Tinker noted that this one category also illustrates why many people enter the U.S. illegally.
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