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The papers of a married couple, both of whom have worked for peace and justice organizations throughout the second half of the twentieth century and into the first decades of the twenty-first century. Libby Frank served as the executive director of the U.S. Section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom from 1981-1986.
Collection includes correspondence (1982-2001), and materials about MacDougall's involvements with peace and antinuclear movements.
New Call to Peacemaking began as a cooperative effort of Brethren, Quakers and Mennonites. It was founded in 1975 to reinvigorate the understanding of and commitment to nonviolence and peacemaking within those faith communities. After 1982, a decision was made to shift the direction of New Call from revitalizing the peace testimony within the historic peace churches to more contact and relationship with other Christian groups open to the search for a more faithful peace witness.
- Antinuclear movement -- United States -- History -- Sources 2
- Church of the Brethren -- Political activity -- History -- Sources 1
- Education -- Social aspects -- United States -- History -- Sources 1
- Historic peace churches -- United States -- History -- Sources 1
- Mennonites -- Political activity -- History -- Sources 1
- My weekly reader 1
- Peace -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- Sources 1
- Quakers -- Political activity -- History -- Sources 1
- Sociologists -- United States -- History -- Sources 1
- War tax resistance -- United States -- History -- Sources 1 ∧ less
- April Action (Organization) 1
- Computer-Based Peace Information Project 1
- Frank, Libby 1
- Frank, Morton 1
- June 12th Coalition 1