The legendary peace activist Frances Crowe died this week at the age of 100 in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Over the past seven decades, Frances had been arrested countless times while protesting war, nuclear weapons, nuclear power and the construction of new pipelines.
She is survived by her two sons, a daughter and an international community of peace activists.
Democracy Now! revisits a 2005 interview of Francis Crowe by Amy Goodman, and recognize her lifetime of advocacy.
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