Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom – Madison Branch

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The women of WILPF have fought tirelessly for the peace and freedom of our communities. Early work included a series of radio programs on various issues on WIBA during the 1930s. In 1933, the Madison and Milwaukee branches succeeded together making ROTC optional at the University. In 1938, after years of effort by all the U.S. branches and cooperation with other groups, a prime success was the passage of the anti-lynching law.

    Susan Freiss
    2079 Winnebago St. Madison, WI 53704

    Peace & Anti-militarism