Woodstocker Mary Yelenick puts legal savvy to work for nuclear disarmament, social justice

Since the 1960s, the Town of Woodstock has had a reputation for being a hotbed of antiwar activism, as a corollary to its role as an arts colony steeped in the counterculture. Some local promoters of nonviolence are hard to miss – such as Gloria Waslyn and her vibrantly colored Parrots for Peace, a magnet for kids at practically every outdoor community gathering in the area. Others, however, keep a lower public profile . . .


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