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Hurricane Response: A New Way Forward by Steph G of Southern Movement Assembly

September 9, 2017 • Category: Our Issues, Environmental Justice, Responses

Building a Southern Recovery & Preparing for Liberation through Crisis   A major crisis is erupting on the Gulf Coast in the storm path of Hurricane Harvey, affecting millions of our people today and many more over the coming months. Our family members have been fished out of homes and boated down city blocks. We […]

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Hurricane Response: A New Way Forward by Steph G of Southern Movement Assembly

Building a Southern Recovery & Preparing for Liberation through Crisis   A major crisis is erupting on the Gulf Coast in the storm path of Hurricane Harvey, affecting millions of our people today and many more over the coming months. Our family members have been fished out of homes and boated down city blocks. We […]

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Mother’s Day for Peace 2017

   Sunday, May 21, 2017 | 4:00-6:00pm Event | 5:30-6pm Reception Agnes Scott College, Presser Hall, Gaines Auditorium 141 E. College Ave, Decatur, GA 30030 Please join Georgia WAND’s for this year’s Mother’s Day for Peace. MD4P is GA WAND’s premier fundraising gala in which we inspire activism by generating enthusiasm; educate members about our […]

Peace in Action»

GA WAND joins Global Women’s Call on Trump Administration: Engage in Diplomacy to Avert War in Korea

As the White House convenes 100 Senators to discuss action on North Korea,  Georgia WAND has joined women leaders from over 40 countries, including North Korea and South Korea, to call on the Trump Administration to initiate a peace process to ratchet down the rapidly escalating military tensions that could engulf the entire region in […]

Environmental Justice»

MD4P 2017 Photo Gallery

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, Georgia WAND held our annual signature event, Mother’s Day for Peace, at Agnes Scott College. During the event, Georgia WAND introduced Shell Bluff Community organizers new to our team, Natalie Herrington and Janie Scott. With great honor, we bestowed our annual Mother’s Day for Peace awards to five beloved movement […]

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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