Julia Ward Howe’s life was full by any measure: wife of an activist doctor, mother of five children, author of Battle Hymn of the Republic, poet, suffragist, abolitionist, feminist, pacifist, and Unitarian. She was the author of the original 1870 pacifist Mother’s Day Proclamation. Members reflect on Julia’s life and how motherhood has shaped their faith and activism.
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