Hiroshima-Nagasaki Remembrance Day

Hiroshima-Nagasaki Remembrance Day: A Discussion with Prominent Anti-Nuclear Activists On August 7, 2013, Smith College hosted the annual Hiroshima-Nagasaki Remembrance Day. Founder of the American Friends Service Committee Western Massachusetts, Frances Crowe,┬ádiscussed her reaction to the atomic bombs and the activism it inspired. She was followed by Anna Gyorgy, anti-nuclear activist and author of NO…

AFSC’s 45th Birthday Party

We were excited to celebrate AFSC’s 45th birthday (originally founded by Frances Crowe) – and the┬ámany people who have continued the struggle for social justice in Western Massachusetts! FOOD | MUSIC | ALL ARE WELCOME! Check out the Daily Hampshire Gazette’s story about Frances, Arky, and the party! Our thanks to the following restaurants and…

Don’t Drive for Frances Crowe

The Valley’s most famous living peace activist is having a birthday. It should come as no surprise that Frances Crowe, known for her opposition to war through war tax resistance and eco-pacifism, isn’t hoping for the standard cake and presents birthday fete.