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DC Days- Alliance for Nuclear Accountability

DC Days 2018: Resources
"I hope you'll invite everyone to watch these briefings on nuclear weapons and waste issues and carefully read the attached briefing papers, prepared by ANA's dedicated crew, which were given to legislators and government agencies in nearly 90 meetings." Ellen Thomas, ANA

Briefing Videos:
ANA DC Days 2018, #1
Welcome & Hill Briefing

ANA DC Days 2018, #2
Green Pod Briefing
Scott Kovac and Don Hancock from New Mexico explain the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability requests to Congress for action regarding nuclear waste at the nuclear weapons sites, and Beatrice Brailsford from Idaho talks about small modular reactors, plus Q & A.

ANA DC Days 2018, #3
Peace Pod Briefing
Nuclear modernization, the UPF bomb plant, nuclear war postures and policies, and Congressional actions to restrict use of nuclear weapons currently under consideration.

ANA fact sheets:
Nuclear Weapons (PDF)
Nuclear Waste and Cleanup (PDF)

Here are all 9 videos from the events; the first group are briefings, the second group celebrate 30 years of ANA's DC activism.

Photo: Ralph Hutchison, Courtesy Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance
75 Young Activists From 20 States Joined ANA's 2017 DC Days
75 activists from nuclear weapon sites in 20 states participated in the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability's DC Days 2017.
"They came from communities near nuclear weapons research, production and waste sites, such as Hanford, Wash., where there had recently been a tunnel cave-in that had 4,000 workers scrambling for safety; Lawrence Livermore labs in California; Colorado's Rocky Flats; and the Los Alamos labs, Sandia labs and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico; a Kansas City plant that manufactures thousands of non-nuclear parts for weapons; Pantex in Texas; Oak Ridge facilities in Tennessee; and the Savannah River Site in South Carolina. Each has its own toxic, grim history.
"We urged policymakers to cut wasteful, dangerous weapons programs and accelerate warhead dismantlement. With accountability and public oversight, taxpayers could save billions that could be redirected to cleaning up the enormous toxic mess at these sites. We would be far more secure than we would be by building new bomb plants or modernizing nuclear weapons, which the U.S. government plans now."
"The activists learned about the U.S. nuclear legacy and current plans, and they were trained in the most effective ways to lobby. One said, 'It seemed as though lobbying the government and positively influencing legislation are impossible. This trip has told me otherwise.'" (ref)

Alliance for Nuclear Accountability: DC Days 2016
"Massive spending on nuclear weapons 'modernization' creates potential catastrophic risks for U.S. taxpayers, the environment and world peace. We will press policy-makers to cut programs that fund dangerous DOE boondoggles. The money saved should be redirected to dismantling weapons and cleaning up the legacy of nuclear weapons research, testing and production." - Jay Coghlan, NukeWatch director and president of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability's Board of Directors.(view/download full press release PDF)

DCDAYS ANA - May 21-23, 2018

Senator Ed Markey was presented with an ANA 2018 Award.

Senator Ed Markey was presented with an ANA 2018 Award.

DCDAYS ANA - April 17-20, 2017

ANA Awards, 2017

ANA awards this year:

DCDAYS ANA - April 17-20, 2016

Tri-Valley-Cares with Sen. Diane Feinstein
At the ANA Awards ceremony, April 20, 2016, Washington DC: from left to right: Max Vargas, Rick Wayman (partially hidden) Vicky Elliot, Scott Yundt, Sen. Diane Feinstein, Julie Kantor, Grant Stanton.

Diane Feinstein receiving ANA Award
Senator Diane Feinstein receiving the ANA Leadership Award from Marylia Kelley, ANA/Tri-Valley CAREs, April 20, 2016.

Chuck Montano receiving ANA Award Rick Waymen receiving Activist of the Year Award from Scott Yundt, ANA
Above, left to right: Jay Coghlan, Exec. Dir. Nuclear Watch New Mexico presenting ANA Whistleblower Award to Chuck Montaño; Scott Yundt of Tri-Valley CAREs presenting Activist of the Year Award to Rick Wayman, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.

Sister Megan Rice at the ANA Awards ceremony
Sister Megan Rice came to the ceremonies too...

After receiving the Leadership Award from Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, Senator Diane Feinstein speaks about the planned new nuclear cruise missile, Washington DC, April 19, 2016.

General Lee Butler on Nuclear Weapons
"We cannot at once keep sacred the miracle of existence and hold sacrosanct the capacity to destroy it." -Gen. Lee Butler (Ret.), former Commander in Chief, U.S. Strategic Command

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