Three WILPF members report on how women, communities, and peace activists in different parts of the US are responding to post-election concerns.
2017 – Time to rise up and build the “movement of movements” we’ve dreamed of and talked about. Join the January 12 ONE WILPF Call to continue planning the WILPF US Solidarity Event. When we stand together we WIN!
Many WILPF members in Monterey County, CA were actively involved in helping to pass a local ballot measure banning fracking and other damaging drilling-related practices in the county.
Participate in the January ONE WILPF Call and hear from Margaret Flowers of Popular Resistance; raise your voice by casting your vote for the April Solidarity Event; and toast the new year with “a cup of coffee.
Join us March 1-10, 2017, in building an international women’s movement and travel to Havana, Cienfuegos, and Matanzas.
The Greater Philadelphia Branch has kicked off a petition drive on Change.org, asking President Obama to support a UN resolution on West Bank settlement freeze.
The fall/winter 2016 issue of the magazine is out, and a new cumulative index provides a record of 15 years of “Peace & Freedom” writing and WILPF action.
Tucson, the home of Raytheon Missile Systems and Davis Monthan Air Force Base, is also home to the “Nuclear Resister” and its editors, Jack and Felice Cohen-Joppa.
Let’s congratulate one of our own members who ran for Congress in Oregon on the Progressive Party slate.
The Sacramento Valley Branch commemorated the centennial anniversary of the election of the very first woman to the US Congress, Jeannette Rankin, a Montana Republican and lifelong pacifist.The Sacramento Valley Branch commemorated the centennial anniversary of the election of the very first woman to the US Congress, Jeannette Rankin, a Montana Republican and lifelong pacifist.