Heroines in Arms: Women of the American Military

In January 2016, the Department of Defense announced that for the first time in U.S. history, women could fight in combat missions and serve on special operations teams such as the Navy SEALS, Air Force Pararescue, and the Army Rangers. This historic announcement signaled a change for women in the U.S. military who had often served silently and without recompense. Continue reading “Heroines in Arms: Women of the American Military”

From Our Archives: Alice Park and the Peace Ship

“The time has come for a few men and women with courage and energy, irrespective of the cost of personal inconvenience, money sacrifice, and criticism, to free the good will of Europe, that it may assert itself for peace and justice with the strong probability that international disarmament can be accomplished.” Continue reading “From Our Archives: Alice Park and the Peace Ship”