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On April 4, ecologist and author Sandra Steingraber addressed North Carolinians, offering personal stories at a luncheon hosted by Triangle WILPF members and an evening talk, “Creative Resistance: Fighting Toxins and Fossil Fuels.”
A retrospective exhibit in Boston of artist and WILPF member Myrna Balk’s work reflects her continuing concern with issues of human suffering.
Sacramento WILPF has been making good use of its new Solidarity banner, displaying it at March events to publicize WILPF.
The Fresno Branch Earth Democracy Group planned a week of activities for April 22-29 that included creative learning about climate, a tribal water ceremony, and a challenge to Governor Brown to be a “climate” leader.
Ellen Thomas began her tour of WILPF branches on WILPF Solidarity Day (and Earth Day), April 22, in St. Louis, MO.
All WILPF US members are invited to join the newly formed WILPF US membership committee to work toward a more enriching membership experience.
The Greater Philadelphia Branch shared the documentary on the effects of fracking in Dimock, PA, and held action events in April, culminating in the Solidarity Action on April 22 with the March for Science Philadelphia.