Stories will be shared connecting us to the power of Our Lady of Guadalupe from Mexico on her traditional feast day to bring the strength of women’s ways of knowing and inspire each other in this era of change and challenge.
Articles by Member Contributed
Pat Hynes & Frances Crowe – Rachel Carson’s ground-breaking book “Silent Spring, published in September 1962, ignited modern U.S. environmentalism and resulted in new laws for environmental and public health protection in the United States. Two days before it came out, President Kennedy signed his approval for the so-called “rainbow herbicides” (Agents Orange, White, Purple, Green, Pink and Blue, named for the colored bands on the herbicide barrels ) to be sprayed on Vietnamese crops.
Traprock Peace Education Center at GCC invites you to hear David Bollier on: Think Like a Commoner October 17 from 12-1:30 GCC Main Building C208 At a time when our representative democracy has become a…
NAMING OUR POWER with featured Artist María Luisa Arroyo
An intergenerational event that brings together girls and women of all ages
Saturday Feb 15, 2-4pm Easthampton
14th Annual Awards by the Interfaith Council of Franklin County and Traprock Center for Peace and Justice.
Nomination forms are due April 4, 2014.
Awards presentation – Thursday, May 15, 7 p.m. GCC