The second Nuclear Free Future (NFF) Tour began April 1 and should end May 15. By mid-May we expect to be too exhausted to continue this new tour into the Southeastern states, up the East Coast and into the Midwest.
On Earth Day, let’s celebrate Berta Cáceres’ life and honor those in our communities who are dedicated to exposing and finding solutions to environmental racism and ecocide perpetrated by governments and corporations. Time to plan or join an event.
Tucson WILPF members vigil outside Davis Monthan Air Force Base, and Southern Indiana Branch works to educate the city council, the public and the Congressional representative.
Later this month Brianna O’Steen, graduate student at the University of South Florida, will be hosting a webinar to present findings from her research on the Florida Safe Harbor Act and domestic minor sex trafficking across the state.
Should the Corporations v Democracy Issue Committee work on this idea for extending Medicare type benefits to newborns? Would you be willing to work on this with us? What it would mean? Why does this issue matter to a peace organization?
The Golden Rule sails to the Pacific Northwest this year, leaving Humboldt Bay at the end of May and returning in mid-October.We need crew and captains (no license necessary).Sail with us and be an ambassador for peace, nuclear disarmament, clean energy and a sustainable future.
Mary Hanson Harrison has been elected to a second term as president of the WILPF US Section. Candidates for the remaining offices were approved by the membership, as well as a new dues structure.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, US Section (WILPF US) condemns the murder of Honduran human rights activist Berta Cáceres
The 60th Commission on the Status of Women will convene March 12, with the theme, Women’s Empowerment and Its Link to Sustainable Development, addressing the elimination and prevention of all forms of violence against women and girls.