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July 2017

WILPF US remembers Yvonne Logan, honors Vivian Schatz, reports on June 17 Ban the Bomb events, and calls for tributes to peace. WILPF US has a new address and ONE WILPF CALL has a new registration link.    


The Des Moines Branch acted in solidarity with the Women's March to Ban the Bomb by discussing the issue at the local farmers market and learned that op-eds have an impact. 


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Urgent! There is a NEW REGISTRATION LINK for all ONE WILPF CALL participants. Please use the new link going forward, and promote it with your members. And, increase your branch's ONE WILPF CALL participation and win a prize!

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WILPF remembers Yvonne Logan, 1919-2017, peace activist and dynamic and devoted past-president and patron of WILPF US.



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The June 17 march "was a success, but the work isn't over."




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The Greater Philadelphia Branch of WILPF gathered to honor Vivian Schatz with its Peace and Justice Dove Award for her many years of service to the cause of peace and justice.


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The comfortable space we were renting in Boston has been sold, and WILPF US has a new address.



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You can honor the life of a fellow peace activist by contributing a memorial gift or a tribute gift to WILPF US to celebrate a life, a birthday, or another milestone.


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The Monterey County Branch hosted two film screenings and discussions with visiting filmmaker Regis Tremblay and cosponsored a workshop focusing on grassroots advocacy.

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The Tucson Women's "March" to Ban the Bomb included speakers from a number of peace groups and the Tucson Raging Grannies.



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Growing Peace Camp, in Auburn, California, has been around for 31 years. The first Children's Peace Camp was held at a WILPF Region 1 meeting in Missoula, Montana in 1986.  


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