Georgia WAND brought a delegation of four to make statements during public comment time of last week’s Public Service Commission hearings. The statements ranged from concerns about public health impacts of radiation considering increased missions at the Savannah River Site to frustrations about paying for Vogtle’s delays through everyday citizens’ energy bills.
Georgia WAND also brought a group to the GLAHR (Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights) Walk for Justice, to stand against family separation and against the violence that ICE inflicts on family across the nation.
Please join Georgia WAND in standing in solidarity with those suffering injustices at the hands of our nation. Georgia WAND envisions a world without violence and without militarism–one that is peaceful, humane, and sustainable. We stand with individuals and organizations that work against systemic violence toward this future together.