Frances Crowe

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Frances Crowe (March 15, 1919 – August 27, 2019) was an American peace activist and pacifist. She was born in Carthage, Missouri. In 1967, during the Vietnam War, she worked as a draft counselor.

Crowe was known for her works in the movement against nuclear power and for safe energy in New England since the 1970s[1] and was one of 1414 people arrested at the occupation of the Seabrook nuclear power plant construction site in April, 1977.

Crow died on August 27, 2019 at her in Northampton, Massachusetts of heart failure at the age of 100.[2]

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