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Our Future Atlanta

November 17, 2017

Our Future Atlanta is a growing coalition of organizations across Atlanta taking a stand on the importance of local elections. The Coalition is co-led by the Center for Civic Innovation, the Partnership for Southern Equity and ProGeorgia, and facilitated by Collective Wisdom Group. Our Future Atlanta partners believe that: ALL Atlantans – regardless of race, […]

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Energy Equity and the Southeast’s Future by Nathaniel Smith for Southeast

The following is an excerpt from an article by our partner Partnership for Southern Equity. Read the whole article here. Atlanta has a long way to go. We get less than two percent of our energy from renewable sources. But like so much of the Southeast, we have an advantage in our tremendous potential for solar power. […]

Take the Atlanta 100% Clean Energy Survey

In May, the Atlanta’s City Council passed a resolution to develop a plan to ensure that 100% of the electricity consumed in Atlanta will be generated from clean energy sources by 2035. One reason this is especially big news for Georgia WAND is that the resolution names “clean energy” and “renewable energy” sources–and it does not name nuclear […]

On Eve of President Trump Releasing Conflict-based Budget: Georgia WAND Education Fund, Inc. hosts dialogue, invites public, to initiate the redefinition of “Safety & Security” during Mother’s Day for Peace event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 20, 2017 Atlanta, GA: Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions (GA WAND) invites the public to learn something new. There’s a new administration, new challenges, and a new budget on the horizon. To respond to the emerging crises in our communities, Georgia WAND is also creating something new: a new definition of […]


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