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Telephone Town Hall on N. Korea/US Relations

June 16, 2017 • Category: Events, Our Work, Political Empowerment

Join Georgia WAND and Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ) for a Telephone Town Hall on July 12, 7:00-8:00 pm EST. Three experts will discuss research about the view of Korean Americans in Georgia about U.S. foreign policy with North Korea. Participants will be able to ask questions of all the speakers. Georgia’s U.S. Senator Johnny […]

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Telephone Town Hall on N. Korea/US Relations

Join Georgia WAND and Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ) for a Telephone Town Hall on July 12, 7:00-8:00 pm EST. Three experts will discuss research about the view of Korean Americans in Georgia about U.S. foreign policy with North Korea. Participants will be able to ask questions of all the speakers. Georgia’s U.S. Senator Johnny […]

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Atlanta Transportation Issues + Nuclear Hauling

Please express your concern about adding more nuclear waste hauling to Atlanta’s transportation nightmares! Atlanta is not capable of dealing with a nuclear accident related to our transportation infrastructure. But the scenario is becoming more and more likely. Waste Control Specialists’ (WCS), a company interested in “interim storage” of spent nuclear fuel, has submitted an […]

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Introducing New Georgia WAND Community Organizer Staff!

Introducing New Georgia WAND Community Organizer Staff! Georgia WAND is excited and proud to welcome Natalie Q. Herrington and Janie Hill Scott onto the staff. Natalie and Janie started on Monday, May 8 in twin roles as community organizers in Shell Bluff, Burke County, Georgia. They will unite forces with Georgia WAND working to educate […]

Peace in Action»

Should Hanford Nuclear Accident be a Wake Up Call for the Southeast?

Should Hanford Nuclear Accident be a Wake Up Call for the Southeast? The May 10th 2017 accident at the Hanford Site, a mostly decommissioned nuclear production complex in Washington state, exposes several urgent risks. It demonstrates this country’s failure to adequately manage and store the vast amounts of nuclear waste present in America in its […]

Environmental Justice»

Action: Say NO to an Additional $2 Billion for Vogtle

Breaking: Hearing to Approve An Additional $2 Billion On Vogtle On Tuesday, December 6 the Public Service Commission considered all the costs spent-to-date (~$3.68 billion) on Plant Vogtle reactors 3&4 and whether to pre-approve an additional $2 billion in yet-to-be-spent capital costs. This was the only public hearing on the Vogtle prudency review. The PSC needs to hear you […]

Political Empowerment»

Georgia WAND Says Farewell to Visiting Fall Fellow, Ningsih Kamondo

Georgia WAND Says Farewell to Visiting Fall Fellow, Ningsih Kamondo For the past month, Georgia WAND has been hosting a fellow from Indonesia, Suwarti Ningsih Kamondo, as part of the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) program. Ningsih works for the Sikola Mombine Institute as the Economic and Fundraising Director. Sikola Mombine “School for […]

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