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Should Hanford Nuclear Accident be a Wake Up Call for the Southeast?

May 12, 2017

Should Hanford Nuclear Accident be a Wake Up Call for the Southeast? The May 10th 2017 accident at the Hanford Site, a mostly decommissioned nuclear production complex in Washington state, exposes several urgent risks. It demonstrates this country’s failure to adequately manage and store the vast amounts of nuclear waste present in America in its […]

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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 […]

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 […]

Statement on Charleston

Our Hearts & Fists Are One We are outraged and deeply saddened from the act of violence in Charleston, SC, at the Emanuel AME Church. Those of us who are White stand strong in solidarity with Black, southern leadership around next steps and calls to action. The time to act is now and it is […]


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