Washington Peace Center

The Washington Peace Center was started in 1963 by Larry Scott to “education, support, and provide resources to activist groups.”[1] Focusing mostly on anti-war and nonviolence the Washington Peace Center has opposed the war in Vietnam, nuclear arms proliferation, and the torture of prisoners in Guantanamo Bay among other things. Additionally, the Peace Center has helped advocate for groups opposed to racism and gender/sexuality bias. The Washington Peace Center is still in existence today.

Washington Peace Center (November 1987)

Washington Peace Center (November 1987)

Washington Peace Center (November 1987)

Washington Peace Center (November 1987)

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_Peace_Center