Claudia Brown Interview
Claudia Brown describes how growing up in Butte, Montana, and experiencing the Vietnam War, prompted her involvement in the peace movement. She discusses Missoula Women for Peace, the Jeannette Rankin Peace Center, the League of Women Voters, and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Brown mentions Missoula, Montana residents and activists, Rae Horan and Connie Skousen and how they influenced her as an activist. She discusses what peace means to her and how she thinks it can be achieved in modern society. Brown explains her work with Missoula Women for Peace and its organized activities, emphasizing the stereotype-defying characters of fellow activists.