Grandmothers for Peace: Protesting war for 3½ decades and counting
Dark gray skies hung over Sun City on a recent Saturday morning, lowering the temperature to a brisk 52 degrees.
Regardless, members of Grandmothers for Peace unfolded their camping chairs on the southwest corner of 99th Avenue and Bell Road and proceeded to do what some in the group have done for more than a decade: Protest war.
They represent the Grandmothers for Peace International, an all-volunteer non-profit organization of both woman and men, seeking to promote peace.
“I have issues imagining that war of any kind is justified,” said Joan Kroll, the group leader for Sun City. Her sign... read more
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