2010/03/11: Wis. State Journal: Peace-loving grandma goes to jail

Doug Moe's column tells of Marilyn Ross, a retired teacher who was arrested -- for the first time -- at age 76 at a sit-in at the office of a military contractor in Madison, as part of an action by Madison Pledge of Resistance to protest sending 30,000 more US troops to Afghanistan. 

Longtime activist and WNPJ member Joy First organized the action last December, and she and her daughter, Jennifer also were arrested that day.

Read it here.