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

September 9, 2017

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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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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