Members of the WILPF Tucson Branch held the first of two annual “Sidewalk Welcome to Shoppers” on Black Friday, urging shoppers to buy peaceful toys this Christmas.
What is our moral obligation? The three main dams supplying water to Bolivia’s largest cities are no longer fed by Andean glaciers, and demand now outstrips supply.
Greater Philadelphia WILPF received a mini-grant for a tour of fracking sites in Dimock, Pennsylvania, to learn about the effects of fracking on families, the water supply, and the land.
The Boston Branch sponsored the WILPF New England Retreat in October, providing an opportunity for area members to gather and discuss matters of race and the environment.
This WILPF US Section Public Statement on Syria is being published on our website and on our Facebook page; we are also sending it to President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry.
As guardians of present and future generations, we need to be sure there is #NoLameDuck congressional vote on the TPP trade agreement, and we stand in solidarity with tribal water protectors and our Standing Rock sisters calling for #NODAPL.
Demand the truth about depleted uranium contamination, environmental degradation, and health risks.
The Peninsula/Palo Alto WILPF Branch sponsored three documentaries on human trafficking at the United Nations Association Film Festival and shared information on WILPF’s work.
The Multnomah Friends Meeting held a special event to honor Carol Urner and to hear about her many years of peace and justice work.