Your Donations Support Our GOTV Efforts!

Georgia WAND’s We Count! program is expanding!! We have a robust Get Out the Vote plan, and we need your help! We are actively contacting voters in 10 Georgia counties, and we plan to mail 113,000 households and make 57,000 phone calls.   Will you donate today $15, $120, $500, or …

GA WAND Joins Nuclear Watch South for Seeds of Peace Hiroshima & Nagasaki Observances August 6 & 9, 1945

AUGUST 2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Monday, August 6, 3-5PM  TRIDENT BASE, KINGS BAY, GA LEST WE FORGET Peace Vigil Stimson Main Gate, Kings Bay Trident Base, Kings Bay, GA. Directions: I-95 exit 3, Hwy 40E to Kings Bay Road to Stimson Gate at Hwy Spur 40. Park at Sugar Mill Park. Contact Robert Randall, …

USCAN Report-Back

U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN) is an affiliate network of the Climate Action Network International (CAN), a worldwide network of more than 1100 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in more than 90 countries working to promote government, private sector and individual action to limit human-induced climate change to ecologically sustainable levels. As a participant …

Goodbye, Georgia WAND! by Emily Weyrauch

I’ve had the pleasure of working with Georgia WAND as a Quaker Voluntary Service Fellow for the past 11 months. I’ve learned so much about building an intersectional, inclusive, and loving movement. I’ve met amazing people who are committed to peace and justice in the world. I’ve been focusing on …

Diplomacy and Hypocrisy: on Trump and Putin’s meeting & more

Earlier this week, Putin and Trump met in Helsinki to discuss trade, military, and other matters of importance between the two countries. While many are focusing on the fact that Trump took a kind stance toward Putin–even putting Russia over U.S. intelligence officials’ word–it is true that this conversation was …

Transforming Leadership, Becky’s Reflections by Becky Rafter

I recently returned from the last of three week-long sessions as part of Rockwood’s Learning from the Inside Out Yearlong Fellowship. Our final gathering was in Minneapolis, MN, not far from Prince’s Paisley Park. Amid the string of terrible SCOTUS announcements, I kept my southern hope alive and had a life-changing adventure. …