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


Women’s March and nuclear abolition

by Lynn Sableman The Women’s March this year was on the same day as the Entry Into Force Day of the Treaty on the Prohibition Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). This was the second year of the Bomb Ban, now nuclear weapons…

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War in Ukraine: Making Sense of a Senseless Conflict

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Event at the Friends Meeting House Wednesday 7 December 20227pm

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Successful Golden Rule Peace Boat event

St. Louis, MO: Morning of 10/29 – morning of 10/31.Docking at Sioux Harbor, near 1320 Second Street, Portage des Sioux– Boat tours 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on October 29, 30– October 30, 3:00 pm, Film, Presentations, Ethical Society –…

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Celebrate the Arrival of the “Golden Rule” Peace Boat in St Louis

Photo by Melissa Thurod, Republican Eagle, Red Wing, MN Celebrate the Arrival of the“Golden Rule” Peace Boat Veterans for Peace is sailing in its campaign for a Nuclear-Free World! October 30, 2022, 3:00 to 5:00 pm Ethical Society of St….

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Picket line nuclear abolition action

60 years after the Cuban missile crisis. We have more work to do. photos courtesy of Lynn Sableman

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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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