Alice Campbell describes growing up in Missoula, Montana, and the experiences that shaped her views on war and peace. She discusses Jeannette Rankin, her Missoula Women for Peace-initiated statue in Washington D.C, and the origins and early actions of MWP. She considers the possibility of world peace and the importance of education. Campbell also explains the origins of the Jeannette Rankin Peace Center.
Campbell, Alice E., 1932-2003; Missoula Women for Peace; Missoula, Montana; Peace activism; Jeannette Rankin; Jeannette Rankin statue, Washington, D.C.; World peace initiatives; Women’s education; Jeannette Rankin Peace Center, Missoula, Montana
Missoula Women for Peace Oral History Project, OH 389, Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (11 p.: 28 cm.)
Campbell, Alice, "Alice Campbell Interview, March 5, 2000" (2000). Missoula Women for Peace Oral History Project. 2.