Georgia WAND Stands Strong at 2011 ANA DC Days
Eleven members of Georgia WAND participated in Alliance for Nuclear Accountability’s DC Days in Washington, DC (April 3-6). They received training and spoke with their members of Congress about anti-nuclear issues.
The Georgia delegation, Annie Laura Stephens, Lillie Wilson, Shirley Fields, Dianne Valentin, Betsy Rivard, Susan Goodman, Cee Cee Anderson, Melanie Weniger, Emilia Kaiser, Courtney Hanson and Amanda Hill-Attkisson, worked with colleagues from a dozen other states who were in DC for the 23rd annual Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA) DC Days. The activists met with with over 80 Senators and Representatives, leaders of congressional committees that oversee nuclear issues, and key federal agency staffers to discuss these and other existing and proposed nuclear projects, which they say will waste billions in taxpayer funds, damage the environment and undermine the nation’s non-proliferation goals.