Marianne Hamilton traveled to some of the world’s hot spots, including Hanoi during the Vietnam War, to advocate for peace. She pressed her case at home, too, co-founding Women Against Military Madness (WAMM), the state’s most enduring antiwar organization that last month celebrated its 35th year.
“She was fearless,” Erica Bouza, herself a longtime peace activist and the wife of former Minneapolis Police Chief Tony Bouza. Hamilton, she said, was an energetic and persistent critic of U.S. foreign policy.
Hamilton died Aug. 6 at her apartment in Minneapolis. She was 97.You can find the complete original obituary on this website.