ALLIANCE FOR NUCLEAR ACCOUNTABILITY
Since 1987, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability has worked to hold the federal government accountable through citizen education, empowerment, and action. Formed by organizations from communities in the shadows of nuclear weapons facilities, ANA includes more than thirty local, regional, and national organizations concerned about the consequences of US nuclear weapons and waste policies. ANA’s leaders are deeply rooted in communities directly affected by these policies, and we bring our experience to bear in addressing issues of government spending; public accountability; nuclear nonproliferation; waste cleanup, treatment and disposition; and the health and safety of workers, the public and the environment.
Through our collective action, we have successfully advocated for shutting down nuclear weapons sites, the establishment of funds for monitoring and technical assistance, and effective oversight of federal agencies responsible for actions across the weapons complex. We have been instrumental in blocking dangerous weapons programs, supporting more responsible management of facilities, advocating for public safety through environmental cleanup of contaminated sites, and pressing for the safe and responsible handling of dangerous nuclear wastes.
For more than 30 years, ANA has been demonstrating that people have the power to make changes in the communities where they live. In order for our network’s vision to succeed, we need you to help us by supporting our Alliance members through donations, or by providing your leadership and support directly by joining the ANA member organization nearest you!
The power is in the people and our over 25 years of advocacy on these issues has only reinforced that belief.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Cee’Cee’ Anderson – Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions (Georgia)
Denise Duffield (Vice President) – Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles (California)
Ralph Hutchison (Secretary & Treasurer) – Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance (Tennessee)
Marylia Kelley (President) – Tri Valley CAREs (California)
Nikolas Peterson – Hanford Challenge (Washington)
The heart and soul of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
Making the Southeast better, one community at a time
The Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League (BREDL) is a regional, community-based, non-profit environmental organization. Our founding principles are earth stewardship, environmental democracy, social justice, and community empowerment. Since 1984, BREDL has organized over 50 chapters in N.C., S.C., Virginia and Tennessee. Under the BREDL banner, thousands of concerned citizens have made their mark for environmental justice.
3417 Sutton Place
Augusta, GA 30906
The mission of The Colorado Coalition is to educate the general public and public officials concerning proactive and solution-oriented action on nuclear weapons. Educated citizens work with the U.S. Colorado Congressional Delegation to enact legislation that supports long-term aims of nuclear disarmament, national security, and redirection of military spending.
P.O. Box 102245
Denver, CO 80250-2245
Formed to educate ourselves and the community about problems at the Fernald site. We watchdog the activities of the Fernald site and work for meaningful public participation throughout the remediation process.
FRESH, INC. c/o Lisa Crawford, President.
P.O. Box 129. Ross, OH 45061-0129
Georgia WAND envisions a world without militarism or systemic violence, with just, healthy, secure, and sustainable communities, and in which Georgia is a leader in regional, national, and global movements. We are an independent, community-driven, grassroots, woman-led organization that seeks to develop local leaders to speak on their own behalf.
250 Georgia Avenue, Suite 202
Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 524-5999; fax: (404) 524-7593
Hanford Challenge is working to make Hanford a model of safe and effective cleanup by advocating on behalf of, empowering, and representing whistleblowers; working for transparency and accountability; educating the public and influencing decision-makers at the regional, state, and national levels; and empowering the next generation of leaders to be involved in Hanford cleanup. Hanford Challenge’s mission is to help create a future for Hanford that secures human health and safety, advances accountability, and promotes a sustainable environmental legacy.
2719 E. Madison St., Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 292-2850; fax: (206) 292-0610
Heart of America North West is a citizens’ membership organization dedicated to the cleanup of the Handford Nuclear Reservation. The public’s voice for Hanford cleanup, clean energy, and nuclear safety across the Northwest.
1314 56th Street, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 382-1014; fax: (206) 382-1148
Dallas, TX 75218
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation initiates and supports worldwide efforts to abolish nuclear weapons, to strengthen international law and institutions, to use technology responsibly and sustainability, and to empower youth to create a more peaceful world.
PMB 121, 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
(805) 965-3443; fax: (805) 568-0466
Through comprehensive research, public education and effective citizen action, Nuclear Watch New Mexico seeks to promote safety and environmental protection at regional nuclear facilities; mission diversification away from nuclear weapons programs; greater accountability and cleanup in the nation-wide nuclear weapons complex; and consistent U.S. leadership toward a world free of nuclear weapons.
903 W. Alameda
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Founded as Georgians Against Nuclear Energy in 1977, Nuclear Watch South’s mission is to address the environmental risks of Savannah River Site, as well as other nuclear power, weapons and waste issues presently targeting the South as Nuclear Ground Zero.
P.O. Box 8574
Atlanta, GA 31106
OREPA is a grassroots organization working since 1988 to end nuclear weapons production in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and to create and nurture nonviolent community.
P.O. Box 5743
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
Peace Action has a membership of over 60,000 persons, 27 State affiliates, and 125 local chapters, making it the largest membership and activist network of any peace and justice organization in the country. Peace Action members work for policy changes in Congress, state capitals, city halls and the United Nations.
8630 Fenton Street, Suite 52 4
Sliver Spring MD 20910
(301) 565-4050; fax: (301) 565-7305
The Peace Farm, as a neighbor to Pantex, witnesses to the dangers of nuclear weapons assembled there. We work for the abolition of all nuclear weapons by moral and political persuasion in concert with like-minded groups throughout the world.
P.O. Box 4130
Amarillo, TX 79116-4130
The Kansas City Plant makes parts for the US nuclear arsenal. We work for the abolition of nuclear weapons on earth by resisting the operation of this new NNSA facility and demanding cleanup of the contamination at the old plant site. We want green jobs, not mean jobs.
8405 W. 88th Terrace
Overland Park, KS 66212
Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) has been working for over 50 years to create a healthy, just and peaceful world for present and future generations. PSR advocates on the issues you care about by addressing the dangers that threaten our communities.
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1111 14th St, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202.667.4260 Fax: 202.667.4201
PSR-LA advocates for policies and practices that improve public health, eliminate nuclear and environmental threats, and address health disparities.
A bit of what they do:
– Provide support to physicians and health professionals who want to connect their experience and education to environmental policy objectives
– Provide technical assistance, training, and capacity-building support to our members and allies
– Work in broad-based coalitions that reflect the diverse experiences of communities, build clear solutions for complex problems, and drive a health-centered policy approach to environmental decision making
617 South Olive St, Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Physicians for Social Responsibility – Kansas City kansas.psr.org
Ann Suellentrop, MSRN and Alicia Dressman of Kansas City PSR, joining with other prominent KC activist groups like Peace Planters, have challenged the very core of the nuclear weapons complex in the United States – the facilities that make the bombs.
1865 South Pyle Street
Kansas City, KS 66103
(913) 271-7925; fax: (913) 342-0587
Portsmouth/Piketon Residents for Environmental Safety and Security
Portsmouth/Piketon Residents for Environmental Safety and Security works to educate, organize and empower residents and workers affected by the Piketon uranium enrichment site, and to represent their interest in economic vitality, environmental quality, health, justice and expanded job opportunities.
P.O. Box 136
Portsmouth, OH 45662
Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice Center
Rocky Mountain Peace Center has been a successful agent for social change and justice for more than 10 years. RMPC has provided education, training and leadership in areas such as nuclear disarmament, Central America, the Gulf War, Native American issues, war tax resistance, prisoner rights, group process, conflict resolution, peace keeper and civil disobedience training. Nonviolence in action and spirit is at the center of all this work.
P.O. Box 1156
Boulder, CO 80306
(303) 444-6981; fax: (720) 565-9755
SAVANNAH RIVER SITE WATCH
Working for the public interest by monitoring activities at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina and other DOE and commercial nuclear projects in the southeastern U.S. region and beyond & striving to halt proliferation of weapons-usable materials
1112 Florence Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
Snake River Alliance
Snake River Alliance works to protect Idaho’s people, environment, and economy from the adverse impacts of nuclear activities, while promoting a clean, renewable energy future for all Idahoans. We embrace an energy future that addresses climate change in a clean, cost effective, and equitable manner, leaving future generations free of the nuclear waste burden.
P.O. Box 1731
Boise, ID 83701
Southwest Research and Information Center
Our mission is to provide timely, accurate information to the public on matters that affect the environment, human health, and communities in order to protect natural resources, promote citizen participation, and ensure environmental and social justice now and for the future generations
105 Stanford SE
P.O. Box 4524
Albuquerque, NM 87196
(505) 262-1862; fax: (505) 262-1864
Tri-Valley Communities Against a Radioactive Environment trivalleycares.org
Tri-Valley CAREs was founded in 1983 by local citizens concerned that nuclear weapons work at the Lawrence Livermore and Sandia Livermore Laboratories was impacting the environmental well-being of our communities.
2582 Old First Street
Livermore, CA 94550
(925) 443-7148; fax: (925) 443-0177
Women’s Action for New Directions
WAND was founded in 1982 as Women’s Action for Nuclear Disarmament. With the end of the cold war, we became Women’s Action for New Directions, and have been dedicating our energies to redirect federal budget priorities away from the military and toward human needs.
691 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02476
(781) 643-6740; fax: (781) 643-6744
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom wilpf.org
The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom was founded in 1915 during World War I, with Jane Addams as its first president. WILPF works to achieve through peaceful means world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, an end to all forms of violence, and to establish those political, social, and psychological conditions which can assure peace, freedom, and justice for all.
11 Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 266-0999; fax: (617) 266-2688
FRIENDS OF ANA
Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
Dedicated to increasing public involvement in and control over environmental problems through the democratization of science.
6935 Laurel Avenue, Suite 201
Takoma Park, MD 20912
(301) 270-5500; fax: (301) 270-3029
Lawyer’s Committe on Nuclear Policy
866 UN Plaza, Suite 4050
New York, NY 10017-1830
(212) 818-1861; fax: (212) 818-1857
Social and Environmental Research Institute
The Social and Environmental Research Institute conducts research on a broad range of social and environmental issues, while emphasizing topics related to discursive approaches to policy and social relations to the environment. The Institute conducts applied research projects that realize the practical gains provided by theory and that act as a means to realize concrete benefits to individuals, society, and the environment. SERI was founded in 1995 as a non-profit research institute.
664 Main St., Suite 47,
Amherst, MA, 01002
(413) 253 – 7374
Western States Legal Foundation
We are a non-profit, public interest organization which monitors, analyzes, and challenges nuclear weapons programs at the Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories and the Nevada Test Site.655 13th Street, Suite 201,
Oakland CA 94612
(510) 839-5877; fax: (510) 839-5397
Movement for Nuclear Safety
Chelyabinsk, 454084, Russia