US Climate Action Network (USCAN) Building Power From The Grassroots Up Action Team Report Back

Georgia WAND hosted the US Climate Action Network (USCAN) in-person Building Power from the Grassroots Up meeting at our Georgia Hill Office Building for two days in January.  USCAN is one of our strongest coalitions and supporter of our work towards Nuclear Harm Reduction and Climate Justice and Equitable and Sustainable Community …

2nd Annual Legislative Tea & Sweets at the Georgia State Capitol Report Back

Georgia WAND Education Fund held its 2ndAnnual Legislative Tea & Sweets on Monday, February 3, 2020 at the Georgia State Capitol. We were able to connect across the aisles this year and have diverse attendance. The event was open to the public as well with approximately 62 people in attendance, twenty-four of …

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 …

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

Tuesday, August 6 *Atlanta from 6PM-8PM –  “The Nuns, the Priests and the Bombs”will screen at Toco Hill Library at 1282 McConnell Dr, Decatur, GA 30033 *Kings Bay from 3PM-6PM – LEST WE FORGET, vigil at gates of Kings Bay Trident submarine base at 1063 USS Tennessee AvenueKings Bay, GA 31547  Wednesday, August 7 *Brunswick/Kings Bay – …

Termination of MOX Construction By Esme Rodehaver

On February 8, 2019, the The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission terminated the construction authorization for the plutonium fuel (MOX) project at the Savannah River Site. According to Tom Clements, the director of the watchdog group Savannah River Site Watch, this means that we can now consider this project “dead.” MOX …