B.J. Mangaoang, a longtime leader of the Communist Party of Washington state, died Oct. 20 at the age of 92. In her political life, B.J. was principled, dedicated and persistent, inspiring many with her devotion and consistency. She participated in peace movements against the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the first Gulf War, and the current Iraq war. She was active in the civil rights movement, the labor movement and in many other local and state struggles.
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