Pacifist, Frances Crowe, Protestor for Peace, Passes Away

Frances Crowe dedicated the majority of her 100 year life, protesting for peace, remaining steadfast against war, standing for peace and justice, right up to the day she passed away, on August 27, 2019, at the age of 100. Crowe was a peaceful pioneer, partner, mother, and grandmother. Her advocacy for peace and justice continues, as the nonviolent paragon of peace she epitomized, every time she was arrested. Crowe’s life work for peace is honorable, and her demonstration through protest, will keep on keeping on. The world is grateful Crowe found her radical soul.

Democracy Now! Amy Goodman, interview with, Frances Crowe, March 2019

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Tami Warren is the writer, and creator of Namaste Negro. She lives life with daily doses of levity in Denver, Colorado. Tami holds a B.A. in Sociology, from the University of Colorado. However, she does not physically hold the B.A. in her hands, the document is safely stored in a secure facility. Humor is healthy, therefore, cachinnate with other carbon based life forms. Reach out to Tami in the Mile High City: or @namastenegro

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