If CALCAV according to historian Mitchell Hall, was a "nearly 100 percent white" peace organization during the Vietnam years, by 1981 a far more diverse organization convened at CALC's National Assembly in Nashville (Hall 1990, 18).
Because of Their Faith: CALCAV and Religious Opposition to the Vietnam War.
McIlvane, who led the local chapter of Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam (CALCAV
), informed critics in 1967 that, "I happen to believe that correcting our domestic evils is more important than fighting a dubious war with terrible destruction at a tremendous cost." (41)