Now is the time to dig in and contribute to expand theCraigslist “Pop-Up Donation” Challenge! If just 100 of us give $100, we’ll reach our goal by Memorial Day, a fitting deadline for peace organizing.
In early January 2016, a small working group began meeting weekly to organize documents generated during the October 2015 Des Moines Program retreat, feedback from various committee chairs, branch representatives, and individuals into a cohesive, at least, useable draft document to present to the general membership.
WILPF branches around the country will join in Days of Action from April 15 to 18 as part of a worldwide protest against military expenditures. Weapons will not fix climate change; we need urgently to change our national priorities.
Robin Lloyd of Burlington VT will be a representative of WILPF International to the UN General Assembly Special Session on Drugs (UNGASS) April 18-20, bringing a special interest in women and the war on drugs.
A contingent of Native Americans from the Northern Great Plains and the Southwest United States traveled to Washington, DC, on Jan. 25-29, 2016, as “The Miners' Canaries” to warn the entire country about the peril from “home grown” radioactive pollution.
WILPF US challenges members and friends to raise $10,000 by Memorial Day to support our work on local, national and international campaigns. Learn about the recent $25,000 grant from Craigslist Charitable Fund.