ICBMs or humanity?


An ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) could not only ruin your whole day, but paying to get them updated and fire-power ready will bankrupt American’s programs to help our most vulnerable citizens lead more fulfilling lives. Watch the video conversation and take action. Write to your MOC (Members of Congress) today.

Thanks to Peter Manos of the Media and Education WANW subcommitte

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Published by Betsy Bell

Betsy Bell, born before WWII in New York City, spent her formative years in the Jim Crow town of Muskogee, Oklahoma. As a Girl Scout, she began her social justice activism working with a bi-racial team to integrate public schools after the 1954 Supreme Court decision mandating the end of school segregation. After completing her BA and MA at Bryn Mawr College, she began an academic career in Lawrence, Kansas where her husband taught. In Lawrence, she advocated for reproductive rights with Planned Parenthood. She lives in Seattle where she has held several career positions. Twice widowed, Betsy has published two short memoirs and several poems. For the past fourteen years, Betsy has worked with the Seattle area faith communities toward economic justice through the Jubilee USA Network. Betsy believes in the power of ordinary citizens to create a positive, inclusive and just society.