Patricia Ellsberg

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Patricia Ellsberg "served on the founding board of WOVA and is a board member of the Women's Alliance for New Directions and the World Policy Institute. Active in peace and environmental movements, she has done extensive public speaking about alternatives to current defense and nuclear policies and the positive potentials to conversion from a military to a civilian-based economy." [1]

"Patricia is a social change advocate with decades of experience in the peace, energy and social justice movements. As wife of Daniel Ellsberg, who first gained fame as the Pentagon nuclear strategist who released the so-called “Pentagon Papers,” Patricia has been at the center of many of the most intensive foreign policy debates over the past three decades." [2]

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  1. Former Directors, Women of Vision and Action, accessed November 27, 2008.
  2. Directors, Mainstream Media Project, accessed January 2, 2009.