Join Georgia WAND at AFROPUNK!

Come experience an amazing lineup of black artists and visit Georgia WAND in Activism Row at AFROPUNK: Carnival of Consciousness Atlanta Edition 2018! We will be partnering with Women Engaged to advocate for equitable voting, women’s health, and reproductive rights. Interested in earning a ticket to AFROPUNK? Join AFROPUNK Army! AFROPUNK (AP) Army acts as …

SAVE THE DATE: A Healthy, Prosperous, & Prepared Burke County: Leadership in Partnership

Georgia WAND and Partnership for Southern Equity are eager to host “A Healthy, Prosperous, and Prepared Burke County: Leadership in Partnership.” This conference is a two-day event of speakers, workshops, emergency preparedness information, and a health fair as an opportunity to bring together residents across age, race, gender, and field to share …

Your Donations Support Our GOTV Efforts!

Georgia WAND’s We Count! program is expanding!! We have a robust Get Out the Vote plan, and we need your help! We are actively contacting voters in 10 Georgia counties, and we plan to mail 113,000 households and make 57,000 phone calls.   Will you donate today $15, $120, $500, or …

Volunteers Needed to Get Our the Vote (GOTV) with We Count!

Remember that voting is your chance to use your right as a citizen to be involved in the democratic process. We have an ambitious GOTV plan for the 2018 midterm election cycle and we need folks who want to help canvass between now and November. We’re also registering people to …

Just Energy Summit 2018!

Georgia WAND as member of the Partnership for Southern Equity’s Just Energy Circle is co-hosting the upcoming 2018 Just Energy Summit “The Summit will weave community, policy, business and civic voices into collective action towards a more equitable, inclusive, clean energy future for Metro Atlanta and the American South. The 2018 Summit will serve …

Becky Rafter to attend Human Rights Defenders Forum

Becky Rafter is one of nearly 70 activists, peacemakers, and community leaders from at least 25 countries who will come together July 21-24 for the Carter Center’s annual Human Rights Defenders Forum to discuss “Restoring Faith in Freedom.” Topics will include economic and social rights, building faith in institutions, strengthening …