Frances Crowe

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Frances Crowe (born March 15, 1919) is 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 has been active 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.

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  1. Michael Kenney. Tracking the protest movements that had roots in New England The Boston Globe, December 30, 2009.

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