10th Annual Walk Against Weapons
Saturday, June 3rd! See below for more details!
Make a donation today by going to Razoo.com or by credit card via PayPal!
Checks can be made out to Women Against Military Madness
4200 Cedar Avenue South #3, Minneapolis, MN 55407
Starting at Perkins Restaurant
Riverside and I-94
10 YEARS ON THE STREET!
Be part of the WAMM Walk Against Weapons, a vibrant visible stroll to the U of MN west bank with other dedicated peacemakers. We'll stop at MayDay Plaza for a brief rally and head back to the finish -- 3 miles total. Sign up as many sponsors as you can -- ask family, friends and co-workers to sponsor your walk for peace and justice.
Request payment by check to Women Against Military Madness (WAMM). Ask your sponsors to pay when they commit, saving you from have to collect after the event. Thank you!
STOP MILITARIZING U.S. SOCIETY!
WAMM has, for decades, been vigilant against war on peoples anywhere. We are alarmed that the same weapons for war we deplore, yet pay for, have come home to be used in the U.S. by federal, state, county and local law enforcement.
We walk against all weapons, including the use of drones for surveillance, and for an end to war profiteering.
10:30 am - Check-in at Perkins Parking Lot
11:00 am - Walk Begins - 1.5 mile walk to MayDay Plaza
11:45 am - Short Rally - walk returns to Perkins for a short closing
If you would like to form a team or join an existing team, contact the office for more information!
Get your Walk Against Weapons Fundraising Sheet here.
Click through to our different campaigns below!
Rest in Peace Margaret Sarfehjooy
WAMM would like to celebrate the life of Margaret. She was a WAMM board member and active on Middle East peace and justice issues. Her spirit and joy came with her to every meeting and in every action.
We will miss her dearly.
Memorial Service will be at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 6
Visitation is at 1:00 p.m.
Washburn-McReavy Funeral Home
West 50th St. & Hwy 100, Edina Chapel
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations accepted for Women Against Military Madness.
Her obituary can be found here.
Sarah Martin wrote a memorial about Margaret here.