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VIDEO | Bill Sorem: The McDonald Sisters, November 2015

The Sisters McDonald are siblings and Sisters in the Order of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ). They began singing together at at early at at the request of their father, a Minnesota farmer. In addition their assigned duties in the order, they found time to sing and bring joy to peace rallies and to many other events. They've been on the protest lines, arrested, hassled but mostly enjoyed by their peace loving admirers. Here's a story about them today.

▶ Brigid McDonald: A Rap Against New War In Iraq (and the Old War Too)

[youtube=http://youtu.be/4eksEmthYUs] Published on Jun 24, 2014 Sister Brigid McDonald repeats her rap about the original Iraq war. She says not much has changed, we are still repeating the insanity. McDonald, one of the four singing McDonald siblings and all members of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, has been a speaking and singing peace activist More

Brigid’s Year End Rap Up

By Brigid McDonald November/December 2013  WAMM Newsletter After trillions and trillions no war have we won. What could have been done with all the war mon $? Each school child could have a free instrument. Now wouldn’t that be Money well spent? Every mother and child we could be giving an adequate income for comfortable More

▶ The NSA Is Coming to Town! WAMM Singers

NSA Carols Sung by the WAMM Singers (Women Against Military Madness) [vimeo http://vimeo.com/84171043] THE NSA IS COMING TO TOWN TUNE: Santa Claus is Coming to Town You better watch out, You better not Skype, You better log out, Yeah you better not type, The NSA is coming to town. They’re making a list, They're checking More

Brigid’s Rap

Brigid’s Rap What is our motivation without hesitation to bomb a sovereign nation? It’s not for their liberation but for world domination! It only brings frustration and consternation to all civilization There’s a new manifestation that our drones cause anniliation to innocent populations We need more contemplation to bring humanization to our O’Bama nation In More

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