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Advancing Human Rights 2017: Conference Preview

December 12, 2017

Georgia WAND is excited to send our team members to the US Human Rights Network’s 2017 conference next week. Georgia WAND is a network member and close ally of USHRN and serves on its Atlanta Local Host Committee for the conference. We look forward to learning and building connections at the conference. Information about the […]

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Lindsay Harper Addresses New Mexico Nuclear Symposium

Nuclear Issues Study Group (NISG) is hosting their first “Dismantling the Nuclear Beast” symposium in Albuquerque, New Mexico this weekend. This is the first symposium to feature frontline communities across the entire nuclear fuel chain. And it’s led by young people, especially Dine youth from New Mexico.   Lindsay Harper, Georgia WAND Program and Communications Manager, will be […]

#GivingTuesday: Nov. 28, 2017 by Leila Zainab

SAVE THE DATE! This year’s #GivingTuesday is November 28th, 2017. Please consider giving to Georgia WAND! Your gift will go towards community-driven efforts to end environmental injustice, nuclear proliferation & building strong social and civic engagement. If you have any questions, please contact Leila Zainab, Georgia WAND fundraising consultant, at leila@georgiawand.org. You can send your online donation here.

Georgia Senator Nan Orrock Responds: Telephone Town Hall on U.S. / Korean Peninsula Foreign Relations

I was so pleased to join in the telephone town hall for a focused discussion by expert panelists, engaging an audience of more than 500 callers who posed questions in an interactive setting on the Korean Peninsula Foreign Relations issue.  The panelists were well informed, audience questions flourished, and a genuine discussion enlightened us all.  […]


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