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Announcing “Dear Descendent,” Poetry of wonder and wit for our time, provocative, challenging, wry, wise and tender…
There are prison cells and fields of flowers—even her straightforward descriptions of the moon demonstrate that something new and evocative can still be found in its age-old countenance.
Bury: Marianne and I were to be a part of a larger delegation of peace activists. Our mission was to bring back to the United States three prisoners of war, Lieutenant Markham Gartley, Lieutenant Norris Charles, and Major Charles Elias. The three pilots had been shot down in an area controlled by the Pathet Lao and were to be released as a gesture of reconciliation.
This area was a hot spot for both manufacturing of the weapons and protests against them. A group of protesters in front of the Alliant Tech plant in Hopkins. Photo: BRIAN PETERSON • Star Tribune file 1996. Star/Tribune July 3, 2014 Thank you for the June 28 article on the tiny steps the Obama administration is taking to […]
July 2012 As part of the celebration of Three Decades of Daring Deeds, WAMM’s 30th anniversary, we are featuring interviews with members who have been with WAMM from its beginnings. Carol Masters joined WAMM in early 1984 to learn more about the arms race and nuclear weapons – and the empowerment of women! She’d trespassed […]
A Common Thread By Carol Masters WAMM Newsletter February 2012 But until the occcupation of Wall Street, we had not yet been able to define ourselves as belonging to a collective group with shared interests; shared interests that cross religious, ethnic, and political lines. The proverbial cat was out of the bag, and […]
Playing at War Carol Masters Originally published March 2010 WAMM Newsletter From Target’s toy catalog “Gifts that inspire good behavior… toys for boys”: Nerf-n-Strike Vulcan Blaster (semi-automatic dart gun with ammo belt); Lazer Tag Battle System and Spider Man Web Blaster (also semi-automatic simulations that shoot some sort of projectiles); Star Wars Clone […]