WILPF members Cynthia Roberts, Nuri Ronaghy, and Alan Shorb attended the Fifth International Seminar for Peace and the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases in the town of Guantanamo, Cuba.
Everyone IN, nobody OUT. The WILPF US Spring Appeal is in your mailbox. The capacity for WILPF members to stand TOGETHER across the US is inspiring. That kind of organizing takes coordination and resources. Please dig deep to invest in WILPF’s future.
Who would imagine that one cup of coffee could help counter hate and fear? Claire Gosselin, that’s who!
Join other strong and feisty women from across the US who are rising up and organizing for action to create an effective, sustainable global grassroots movement.
Everyone IN, nobody OUT. That’s what it’s going to take to reach our fundraising goal for 2017. When we stand together . . . We amplify each other’s voices . . . We strengthen each other’s work.
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.
Remember • Reclaim • Reimagine—WILPF US 33rd Triennial Congress, July 27-30, 2017, Chicago IL.
The annual gathering of the Commission on the Status of Women at the UN in New York City involves more global citizens in UN processes than any other UN event. Women care about the UN.