Australasia, Bases, Culture of Peace, Nonviolent Activism

Talk Nation Radio: Annette Brownlie: Australia Better Without U.S. Troops

Annette Brownlie is a mother and a life-long peace organiser and activist, arising out of the experiences of her father in WW2 and her own experiences as a teenager opposing the Vietnam war. Annette has had leadership roles in anti-nuclear, environmental, and peace organisations in Brisbane. She is a recipient of the Womens International League for Peace and Freedom and the United Nations Association of Australia Community Peace Award. When the announcement was made in 2012 to host U.S. Marines in Australia, she, along with colleagues and friends, initiated the formation of the national network IPAN, the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network, now representing organisations from every state of Australia. She is the current national chairperson. See http://ipan.org.au

Total run time: 29:00
Host: David Swanson.
Producer: David Swanson.
Music by Duke Ellington.

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