[WCAPS’ mission] is to try to strengthen the voices of women of color in peace and security issues. Everything from my issues of weapons of mass destruction to infectious disease, something I also worked on. But also things like climate change, immigration, and food and water security and biodiversity issues… these issues that have effect on international security and peace. So, it’s all about developing a network of women of color who work in these issues.
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