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Women's History Month: Meet the Peacemakers

In 2019, Women's History Month celebrates "Visionary Women: Champions of Peace and Nonviolence," honoring women who have led social justice and peacemaking efforts through the use of nonviolent action.

The mainstream media often focuses on stories of women being victims and targets of violence and gender inequality. These are important stories on the road to increasing international awareness of the issues women are facing today. But equally important, and perhaps not as widely covered, are the women who are on the frontlines of diplomatic and peacemaking efforts. These women are leading the visionary development of grassroots and global organizations that improve the lives of people and the environment. Through public education, civil disobedience, creative protest efforts, and legal and legislative actions, women across the...

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