DC Days 2017

The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability's 29th Annual DC Days will take place from May 21-24, 2017. We expect over 60 activists, from newcomers to experienced hands, to hold over 80 meetings with congressional and executive branch offices. In addition to key Senate and House offices that ANA members - as constituents - can uniquely access, the Alliance will target the key Armed Services and Appropriations Committees and the congressionally-chartered Government Accountability Office and Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board. Executive branch meetings will likely include the Department of Energy, the National Nuclear Security Administration, the State Department, the EPA, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Office of Management and Budget, often with their senior leadership.

Activists from the state of California presented Sen. Dianne Feinstein with a copy of ANA's report "Trillion Dollar Trainwreck" at the DC Days reception in 2016.

Activists from the state of California presented Sen. Dianne Feinstein with a copy of ANA's report "Trillion Dollar Trainwreck" at the DC Days reception in 2016.

Registration

To register for ANA's 2017 DC Days, click here. The registration fee is significantly discounted for those who register and pay prior to April 21.

Funding is available for youth scholarships to cover partial costs of registration, transportation and DC housing.  Please contact your local ANA member group to apply.

Reception

On May 23, 2017, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability will host an awards reception to honor individuals for their contributions to ANA's mission and specific goals. The 2017 awardees will be announced closer to the date of the event. In 2016, ANA honored the following individuals:

  • Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)
  • Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA)
  • Chuck Montano (whistleblower from Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Kay Cumbow (activist and organizer against nuclear waste in the Great Lakes region)
  • Rick Wayman (Director of Programs at the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation)

2016 Report: Trillion Dollar Trainwreck