Contact info for elected officials

David Price
CH office 919.967.7924
DC office 202.225.1784

Tom Tillis
Raleigh office
DC office

Richard Burr
WS office 800.685.8916
DC office 202.224.3154
Vision Statement
WILPF envisions a transformed world at peace, where there is racial, social, and economic justice for all people everywhere a world in which:

  The needs of all people are met in a fair and equitable manner
  All people equally participate in making the decisions that affect the
  The interconnected web of life is acknowledged and celebrated in diverse ways and communities
  Human societies are designed and organized for sustainable existence

Mission Statement
WILPF members create the peaceful transformation they wish to see in the world by making connections that:

  Provide continuity with the past so that knowledge of historical events and patterns informs current activities for change
  Create analysis and action that reflect and reinforce each other
  Link and challenge root causes of oppression, especially racism, sexism, heterosexism, militarism, economic disparity, and political disempowerment
  Build and strengthen relationships and movements for justice, peace, and radical democracy

To subscribe to the national WILPF Enews each month click here.

For more information about US WILPF, including how to join or renew membership, click here.

To subscribe to the International WILPF News and alerts, or newsletters from our projects Reaching Critical Will and Peace Women click here.

WILPF Monthly Meetings: WILPF Triangle meets for monthly business on the 2nd Saturday of the month, from 10am-noon. Almost all of these meetings are virtual on Zoom. WILPF Triangle also has virtual informal discussions every 4th Saturday of the month, from 11am-12noon. To receive WILPF Triangle's weekly calendar of social justice events, including Zoom links to the business meeting and informal discussion groups, contact Lucy Lewis at llewis2001@earthlink.net to get added to our listserv.

WILPF Triangle doesn't meet in February each year since the 2nd Saturday of February is always HKonJ (Historic Thousands on Jones Street); instead we mobilize and invite all our friends and allies to join us in Raleigh.

WILPF also doesn't meet in July; instead we have a table at the annual Carrboro July 4 activities.

WILPF is a partner organization of the NAACP-led HKOnJ/Forward Together Moral Movement in protest. Numerous WILPF members have already exercised our constitutional right to petition the legislature with our grievances and been arrested along with almost 100 friends and allies from across the state - and the number is growing. For more information, go to the Moral March section of www.hkonj.com.

US WILPF is an endorsing partner of the Poor People's Campaign, and Triangle WILPF members are active participants in PPC activities. We support the PPC goals, including "lifting up and deepening the leadership of those most affected by systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, and ecological devastation and to building unity across lines of division." For more information, go to: https://www.poorpeoplescampaign.org.

LISTEN to the WILPF Wake-Up Call, our weekly radio show each Wednesday from 5-6pm at WCOM 103.5, Carrboro s listener-supported radio show. Hosted by Lori Hoyt, the show features some of the most interesting, engaging and thought-provoking people in and around our community on issues of social justice. To listen on-line, go to www.wcomfm.org. To hear archived programs, click on Radio on the sidebar menu.

The program is now being rebroadcast on The People's Channel Tuesdays, 12 noon; Thursdays, 10pm; Fridays 6am. Now also for viewing on YouTube at WILPF Wake Up Call at https://tinyurl.com/y6caj7n4.

• Lori Hoyt, Program Coordinator - 984-999-0956 (call Lori to suggest guests and issues)
• Iris Schwitzer, Sound; Emily O'Hare, Videographer

Current Issues, Triangle Branch:

* Environmental Justice
* Human Rights
* Labor
* Racism
* Peace

Nuts and Bolts

WILPF Triangle meets the 2nd Saturday of every month except February and July, 10am-12 noon at Friends Meeting House, 531 Raleigh Road, Chapel Hill. For directions, go to www.chapelhillfriends.org. (Rare changes in meeting date, location and time will be announced via email, website and/or newsletter)

If you would like to join WILPF or update your membership, please click Join Us or contact Liz Evans at emevans500@aol.com.

To join a new WILPF listserv for info only about WILPF meetings, events, and sponsored activities, please email Lucy Lewis at at llewis2001@earthlink.net.


Steering Committee - Margaret Herring, Emily Keel, Mary Jenne. Email contact: Lucy Lewis at llewis2001@earthlink.net

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