Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA) Fall Meeting

The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability had their 2019 fall meeting at the Highlander Research and Education Center in New Market, TN, hosted by the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace  Alliance (OREPA) Center. Nuclear Harm Reduction and Climate Justice Coordinator Janie Hill-Scott and Executive Director Lindsay Harper attended as representatives bridging the …

NSquare Innovators Network Cohort Close Out Report

In September 2018 Executive Director Lindsay Harper was selected for a year-long fellowship in the NSquare Innovators Network, a vibrant community of cross-sector leaders — in journalism, technology, arts, and sciences — developing new, collective approaches to nuclear arms control. There were four groups that made up the cohort: Creating …

Burke County Air Monitoring Station Update by Janie Hill-Scott

Radionuclide Environmental Monitoring and Outreach Project (REMOP) — This important 3-year educational and outreach program, brokered by Georgia WAND staff and community leaders, established air monitoring at the location Georgia WAND requested on River Road, near Plant Vogtle. Radionuclide Monitoring started on July 31, 2019 and will continue through July 2020, with data …

From Armistice to Peace: Ending the Korean War

Members of the Georgia Korea Peace Campaign (Georgia WAND, Women Cross DMZ, ReGeneration Movement, Sesamo Atlanta) held our first coalition event “From Armistice to Peace: Ending the 66th Year Old Korean War” this past summer.  There were about 90 people in attendance along with approximately 6 Korean newspapers and media …

Physicians for Social Responsibility Visionary Leaders Symposium

Hours after the 35th Anniversary event, Dr. Helen Caldicott and Georgia WAND executive director Lindsay Harper both traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Physicians for Social Responsibility Visionary Leaders Symposium now in its fourth year. The event serves to recognize individuals and/or organizations for their exemplary efforts in …

National WAND/WiLL Conference Report Back

The Georgia delegation showed up strong to the National WiLL/WAND conference this year with a large representation from the state. Executive Director Lindsay Harper was asked to sit on a panel entitled The Environmental and Health Impact of Nuclear Weapons to discuss environmental justice and intersections of nuclear weapons, nuclear …