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Women. Power. Peace.
Every Friday
Stand for Peace - End to Iraq War
Every Wednesday
Circle of Scribes - lift your voice!
November 5th
Organizing Mtg for a Southern Regional Solidarity March for PEACE IN IRAQ / JUSTICE AT HOME
November 8th
Speaking of Values: A Conversation about Religion, Social Justice, and the Women's Movement - A lunch and stimulating panel discussion
November 8th
Atlanta WAND Monthly Meeting
November 14th
Screening: Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price
November 15th
Learn about how Quakers are building peace in a land where we once made war - in My Lai
November 18th
Women's Issues, Women's Voices: 15th Annual GA Women's Assembly
November 19th
Café Medusa
   
 


Women Legislators' Lobby


WAND Education Fund


Students Take Action for New Directions


WAND PAC

Tuesday, Nov. 8th
7-9 P.M.

Atlanta WAND Monthly Meeting

Kilowatts or Kilotons: What’s the Difference?
Finding Energy Alternatives in the New Nuclear Age

Quaker Meeting House
701 West Howard Ave; Decatur, GA30030

Contact: Atl WAND 404-524-5999

   

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Contributions to WAND, Inc. are not tax-deductible. WAND's mission is to empower women to act politically to reduce violence and militarism, and redirect excessive military resources toward unmet human and environmental needs.

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A Place for You...Weekly
You are cordially invited to attend Circle of Scribes weekly, no
reservation necessary--a great way to enter the world of WAND.
Meets weekly at noon. All voices are welcome.  Pens, talking points, paper, political conversation provided. Come make some new friends!   During November, we are meeting at Atlanta Life Building, 1st floor cafeteria, 100 Auburn Ave., NE, Atlanta 30303.  

Atlanta WAND is the local chapter of a national organization that seeks to channel women's voices into a powerful movement for change.

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WAND was founded as Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament in 1980 by Helen Caldicott, long-time anti-nuclear activist and founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility. The name was later changed to Women's Action for New Directions as we broadened our mission and sought to connect the dots between excessive military spending and unmet human and environmental needs.

The two issues closest to our hearts are nuclear non-proliferation and re-writing the federal budget from the perspectives of progressive women. To these ends, Atlanta WAND organizes monthly meetings, featuring critical issues, which end with taking action. Welcome to Atlanta WAND!

WAND empowers women to act politically to reduce violence and militarism, and redirect excessive military resources toward unmet human and environmental needs.
     

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