Ehling: Among Twin Cities peace activists, Marv Davidov was a long-time fixture. A proponent of nonviolent direct action, Davidov was heavily involved in the civil-rights movement and later actively opposed the Vietnam War through protests and pickets. Starting in the late 1960s, his anti-war activism focused on the Honeywell Corp. — then a Minneapolis-based armaments manufacturer.
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 More
Marv Davidov: 1931-2012 BY MARY TURCK, NEWS DAY January 14, 2012 Twin Cities Daily Planet Not all the good die young. Some are tough old birds, speaking out and singing loudly all the way to the end. Peace and justice advocate Marv Davidov was one of the good ones. He died on January 14, 80 More
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Longtime peace activist Marv Davidov dies at 80> RIP, Marv, Steve Clemens & Randy Furst, Star Tribune
Longtime peace activist Marv Davidov dies at 80 RANDY FURST, Star Tribune Marv Davidov, an iconic figure of the Minnesota peace movement who founded and led the Honeywell Project in a decades-long campaign to halt the production of anti-personnel weapons by Honeywell Inc., died Saturday afternoon in Minneapolis. He was 80, and had suffered from More