How exciting it was for San Diego members to participate in a successful panel presentation, a parallel event at the United Nations’ CSW61, March 17.
Solidarity events are moving forward in 26 branches across the US, and the benefits for WILPF US and for our branches are wide-ranging. Turns out, Solidarity is fun and empowering.
WILPF US branches around the country marked March 8, International Women’s Day, by being bold for change. Here are three accounts, from both coasts.
Join the March 9 call to learn about a second Solidarity Event being planned for June 18.
Join in the Women’s March to Ban the Bomb; follow the next segment of the Nuclear Free Future tour; petition against shipments of extremely hazardous liquid weapons-grade radioactive materials.
The Tucson Raging Grannies performed at Tucson’s 35th annual Peace Fair and Music Festival, Arizona’s largest gathering of peace, justice, and environmental groups.
WILPF US 33rd Triennial Congress 2017: Thursday, July 27 – Sunday, July 30
Detroit WILPF joined with the Coalition of Labor Union Women and the Utility Workers of America to organize two buses from metro Detroit to Washington, DC, for the Women’s March.
WILPF members shared reports and messages about the January 21 women’s marches, from across the US and from around the world.
The Cape Cod Branch challenges every branch on International Women’s Day to honor the women in your region who have led successful environmental actions and to challenge members to measure and reduce their individual and household carbon footprints.