Women in Black Madrid has contributed to the proposal of Wool Against Weapons (see pictures here)
This is the beautiful answer of an Englis sister:
Dear Women in Black,
THANK YOU to all who made it to the Wool against weapons peace scarf link-up on Saturday. It was a brilliant day - and we also made connections with the protests against crimes against humanity in Gaza, joining in spirit with those of you who joined the Gaza demos around the world.
Here's the link to Friday's openDemocracy article from Jaine (Wool Against Weapons founder) and me in advance of Saturday's Action:
Guerilla woolfare: against madness of mutually assured destruction
I am attaching photos from the August 9th Nagasaki Day's peace scarf demo, with Women in Black and Raised Voices singing and 'our' part of the scarf - including from WiBs from several countries (THANK YOU all who knitted, as well as those who participated). Also a photo of our London vigil on Hiroshima Day, 6th August.
and you can see Youtube video of Saturday's Wool Against Weapons online at: http://youtu.be/HE98FYNsd2A
aas well as BBC coverage: http://vimeo.com/103128783
There are lots more photos from the day online at Flickr at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/67400030@N04/sets/72157645899290337/
sisterhood and love,
rebecca j, WiB London
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