Georgia WAND 2016 Year In Review


Next to the south’s most contaminated nuclear weapons site we are breaking decades of silence in Shell Bluff, Georgia.

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Thank you to those who have already given.

Together we’ll continue to build a safe, healthy, and weapons-free environment in GA.



Statement on State Violence Against Black Lives

 . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . .       It’s been a painful few weeks. We’ve witnessed and recorded terrible, inescapable violence and brutality against people of color. The suffering of their families and loved …

Mother’s Day For Peace 2015

This year’s MD4P featured a Speakers Salon, entitled “Bold Peace: From Here to Where?” and it was stupendous. We continue to received many compliments about the quality of the speakers and the dialogue. People walked away from this year’s event more knowledgeable about the current status of the federal budget …

Georgia WAND Statement on Baltimore

#BaltimoreUprising #BlackLivesMatter #Solidarity According to residents in Baltimore, if political figures had invested federal resources in ALL communities equally over the past several decades, the world would be looking at a different #Baltimore than the one we’ve witnessed this week. But as a sage elder always reminds me, “the Truth …

Mother’s Day for Peace 2014

Our deep gratitude goes out to everyone who supported Mother’s Day for Peace 2014 and helped us celebrate inspiring organizers, activists, artists and musicians in the community. Scroll down for a photo gallery and special videos for our award honorees. To learn more about the keynote speaker, artists, award honorees, …

Georgia WAND takes 7 women to DC Days 2014

Seven members of Georgia WAND visited Washington, DC May 18 to 21 to bring a strong message to Capitol Hill that it’s time to cut funding for nuclear weapons buildup and allocate enough for nuclear cleanup, protecting the US from the community level to national threats. While there, Georgia WAND …