Women's International League for Peace and Freedom St. Louis Branch


Speech at PeaceWorks KC’s remembrance of Hiroshima – Nagasaki

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from NucNews Progress on treaty to prohibit nukes; focus on universities Note: Ann Suellentrop prepared these remarks for the annual program, Remembering Hiroshima & Nagasaki: Never Again! That program will be given Aug. 7 in Kansas City, MO. It will…

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MOmentum March for our Lives

WILPF St Louis members participated in the MOmentum March for our Lives on Saturday, June 11,as part of a nationwide march for gun reform.

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Tabling at Farmer’s Markets

by Cara Jensen Connie and I were at the University City farmer’s market on Saturday, 17 July to raise awareness of our branch and provide information about WILPF. It was a beautiful overcast, slightly breezy day so we were pleased…

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Hiroshima & Nagasaki Memorial 2021


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Peace Essay Scholarship

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for Missouri high school juniors  The St. Louis branch of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)  seeks essays by Missouri high school juniors, 3 to 5 pages in length, discussing how  conflicts can be peacefully resolved.  WILPF is…

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2021 Book Club

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2021 Book Club Join WILPF St.Louis for a book discussion every Tuesday at noon via zoom, February and March, as we follow Isabel Wilkerson’s masterful comparison of her ‘8 parts of Caste systems’ in India, Nazi Germany and the United…

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St. Louis Branch Launches Screwnomics Project

https://wilpfus.org/news/updates/st-louis-branch-launches-screwnomics-project The St. Louis branch of WILPF took on the Screwnomics project as a means of bridge-building to the local community. The project means to offer a free, fun, feisty, feminist intro. to macroeconomics. It also aims to be an…

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Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki with WILPF

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