Georgia WAND Represents on Peace Panel

On Saturday, January 26, Becky Rafter spoke at the monthly Chai & Just Chat event in Johns Creek. The discussion, entitled “World in Pieces or World at Peace: Women as Peace Drivers,” was riveting and everyone in attendance, including the speakers, learned so much and felt much peace.The discussion featured …

Georgia WAND & Partners Host Meeting for Georgia Campaign for Peace in Korea by Becky Rafter

Georgia WAND is pleased to be part of the Southeast Ground Crew for a national coalition to advance peace on the Korean Peninsula. We had our first local face-to-face meeting on Saturday, 2/2, at the Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta.  The team so far has consisted of the following …

Buechel, Germany 2018 by Cee’ Cee’ Anderson

July, 8th-16th, 2019: International Action Camp at Buechel Nuclear Airbase; with some Go-Ins and other nonviolent actions This was going to be a trip of a life time! Several activists representing nuclear communities around the U.S. were invited by Anthony Donovan to come to an International Action Camp at Buechel Nuclear Airbase …

Memory of Forgotten War A Film Screening By Jumana Master

Georgia WAND, in collaboration with Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta, ANSWER Coalition, and the Korean Policy Institute, will be sponsoring The U.S. War on North Korea and Prospects for Peace, a screening of Memory of Forgotten War followed by a round table discussion with filmmaker Deann Borshay Liem and other academics. This event …

Lindsay Harper Selected for N-Sq Cohort

Deputy Director Lindsay Harper has been accepted into the second N Square Innovators Network (NSIN) cohort. She will be joined by people from across that nation with expertise in journalism, entertainment media, technology, nuclear arms control, and the arts and sciences to generate new ideas and new resources to reduce the chance that nuclear weapons …

Savannah River Site’s Citizen’s Advisory Board (SRS CAB) Update

The Savannah River Site Citizens Advisory Board (SRS CAB) will meet on September 24-25, 2018 at the DoubleTree Hotel 2100 Bush River Road, Columbia, SC 29210. Day one will consist of updates from the Department of Energy (DOE), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), committees, and discussion on recommendations 354, 355, and draft recommendations. Voting items during the full CAB will be on the closure of recommendation 354, which is …