Show #107 Hour 1 | October 24, 2015 | Amidst the Vietnam War’s destruction of life, land, and property a handful attempted to stop the mayhem through people to people peace talks. Their efforts were chronicled in The People Make the Peace: Lessons from the Vietnam Antiwar Movement.

Co-editor Frank Joyce is a lifelong political activist, heads the board of a media production nonprofit supporting the anti-hate movement Not In Our Town (NIOT). For many years he has been on the board of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR).

Contributor Judy Gumbo was an original Yippie. She is the author of Yippie Girl™, a memoir in progress about love and conflict among the Yippies and other romantic revolutionaries of the late 1960s. Judy co-authored The Sixties Papers: Documents of a Rebellious Decade (1984). In her later life, Judy was an award winning fundraiser for Planned Parenthood. Judy is the widow both of Yippie founder Stew Albert and of David Dobkin, a founder of Berkeley Cohousing.

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