Born in 1919, Frances Crowe began her life-long commitment for peace and justice in Carthage, Missouri, when girls were denied access to athletic facilities. Since then, she has protested against nuclear arms, the Vietnam War, Apartheid in Africa, and the invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq. She has been arrested and jailed many times for her beliefs and actions.
Recently, Crowe has published her memoir, Finding My Radical Soul. Come meet this extraordinary woman and hear her story.
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