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Mother’s Day for Peace 2017

¬† ¬†Sunday, May 21, 2017 | 4:00-6:00pm Event | 5:30-6pm Reception Agnes Scott College, Presser Hall, Gaines Auditorium 141 E. College Ave, Decatur, GA 30030 Please join Georgia WAND’s for this year’s Mother’s Day for Peace. MD4P is GA WAND’s premier fundraising gala in which we inspire activism by generating enthusiasm; educate members about our […]

President Obama Calls for a Moral Revolution

Shell Bluff, GA, which lies downwind and downstream from the Savannah River Site nuclear complex, cannot withstand another round of nuclear weapons build up.

Georgia WAND Brokers Three Year Environmental Monitoring and Outreach Program in East Georgia

  Dear Georgia WAND Community, We are excited to share that we’ve accomplished an important milestone. Georgia WAND has successfully negotiated a three-year monitoring and community outreach program, created in partnership with the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Lab to be funded by the Department of Energy / Savannah River Site. The Georgia Radionuclide […]

Dr. Helen Caldicott Events!

Dr. Helen Caldicott is coming to Atlanta! Now’s the time to hear this world-renowned physician, pediatrician, author, radio host and brilliant and outspoken proponent for nuclear disarmament weigh in on issues like nuclear weapons and modern war, women, nuclear power, and the Fukushima fallout–what it means for the heath of those living in Japan, especially […]

Emilia Kaiser: Is the PSC Listening?

I recently spoke in front of the Public Service Commission (PSC), for the first time in my life, in favor of implementing a “risk sharing mechanism” for the two new nuclear reactors that Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, is trying to build at nuclear power plant Vogtle. I felt very small standing there […]

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