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Fanny Brin

Fanny Brin

1884-1961
Peace activist and United Nations advocate

Raised in Minneapolis, Fanny Brin devoted her life to four main causes: democracy, world peace, Jewish heritage and women's rights. She supported the United States' membership in the World Court and the United Nations and often expressed her belief that "Peace is a condition of the survival of Democracy, therefore Democracy must find a way of guaranteeing peace."

Availability

Fanny Brin is available for the following programs:
History Player in the Museum

Resources

Fanny Brin biography, related books, and additional resources