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Tuesday Topics–

Topeka Center for Peace and Justice Director will Speak

Jim McCollough, executive director of the Topeka Center for Peace and Justice, will speak at the Topeka-Shawnee County League of Women Voters’ Tuesday Topics meeting, May 7, at the public library, 1515 S.W. 10th St., beginning at noon.

McCollough retired from many years as minister of the First Christian Church of Disciples of Christ before he accepted the position at the Center for Peace in Justice. He will explain the center’s activities in restorative justice with local area students, as well as its anti-human trafficking projects.


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Judy Moler, Chapter President


April  2019 

The President’s Perspective

Judy Moler, Chapter President

As the transition of the leadership of the LWVTSC is on the horizon…and in keeping with the focus of women’s oral history, I would like to use my last column to let you know about our President Elect, soon to be President, Vicki Arnett.  She has an interesting background growing up in the Hutchinson area in a Mennonite community which she believes fueled her interest in political activism and her professional desire to work with families living in poverty. We are fortunate to have her as our president and I am confident our chapter will thrive under her leadership.  Read my full interview.


 

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