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#WomanCrushWednesday: Sally Ride

June 22, 2016 • Category: #WomenCrushWednesday, Women Peace and Security

by Honora Gibbons, WAND Intern, Arlington, MA “Shoot for the moon” is a commonly-said phrase often used to inspire, but Sally Ride took that saying literally and launched herself into history as the first American woman to enter space. Ride was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She briefly attended Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, […]

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June: WAND@Work

Welcome to the June newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight In the News Events   News As of May 13, 2016, after 23 years of inspirational leadership, Susan Shaer has retired from her position as Executive Director of Women’s Action for New Directions, but she will […]

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In Women We Trust

by Adzi Vokhiwa, Senior Program Associate via GIPHY Earlier this week, I attended the first ever White House Summit on the United State of Women. It was an incredible gathering. More than 5,000 women leaders and activists attended. Speakers included White House officials Valerie Jarrett and Tina Tchen, Wanda Durant (mother of NBA star Kevin […]

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February: WAND@Work

Welcome to the February newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight News WATCH: Erica Fein, Nuclear Weapons Policy Director, on “Deciding Whether to Reinvest in 21st-Century Nuclear Weapons.” READ: Susan Shaer and Erica Fein in the World Post: “Despite Iran Deal Success, Beware of Attempts to Undermine […]

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WAND In Action and in the News: President Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima

June 2016 President Obama made history by becoming the first sitting U.S. President to visit the Hiroshima Memorial Peace Park. WAND was heavily involved in promoting the visit and urging real action on an agenda that President Obama began in 2009 to reduce nuclear risk; we created buzz among the grassroots and made headlines for […]

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Young Women Advancing Peace: The Next Generation of Peacebuilders

What will the peace movement look like in the years to come? The young women we work with as interns are the seeds we plant in the present that will be the answer to this question. They are inheriting the spirit of the peace movement now. They will set the course; the future of the movement will […]

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March: WAND@Work

Welcome to the March newsletter! Click to navigate! Chapters Budget Priorities/Wars Nuclear Weapons   Women, Peace, and Security Donor Spotlight WiLL Update Nuclear Weapons A Budget Request That Leaves Much To Be Desired Despite its highly politicized nature, the President’s Budget request matters to policy wonks and advocates around the country because it serves as a […]

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#WomanCrushWednesday: Sally Ride

by Honora Gibbons, WAND Intern, Arlington, MA “Shoot for the moon” is a commonly-said phrase often used to inspire, but Sally Ride took that saying literally and launched herself into history as the first American woman to enter space. Ride was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She briefly attended Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, […]

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