Rest in peace, Marv Davidov

Iconic Minneapolis peace activist Marv Davidov, one of the original Freedom Fighters, has died. He was 80. Among other things, Davidov is known for championing the Honeywell Project to pressure the Honeywell Corp. to stop making landmines.
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Iconic Minneapolis peace activist Marv Davidov, one of the original Freedom Fighters, has died. He was 80. Among other things, Davidov is known for championing the Honeywell Project to pressure the Honeywell Corp. to stop making landmines.

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