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Exhibit Opening of "Women's Power to Stop War"

Exhibit Opening of "Women's Power to Stop War: Celebrating 100 Years of Peacemaking"

Thursday, November 12
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Rinconada Library, 1213 Newell Rd.
Embarcadero Room

The Peninsula Branch of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) will speak about past and current local activities including inspiring oral histories of members.
The infamous Raging Grannies will lead us in song.
Join the celebration of WILPF's Centennial. 

"Women's Power to Stop War" Exhibit runs in Rinconada Library Lobby through December 24, 2015.

WILPF invites the public to join them to work for peace and justice, locally and globally. WILPF has been working since 1915 to unite women worldwide who oppose oppression and exploitation. WILPF stands for equality of all people in a world free of racism, sexism, & homophobia; the building of a constructive peace through world disarmament; and the changing of government priorities to meet human needs.

The Peninsula branch has been active since 1922, working on women's rights, racial and economic justice, and striving to establish those political, social and psychological conditions which can assure, peace, freedom, and justice for all.

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Last Updated October 24, 2015