DC Days 2019
Over sixty activists from around the United States gathered in Washington, DC for ANA’s 31st annual DC Days from May 19-22. Combining education, advocacy, networking, and fun; these activists held over 70 meetings with members of Congress and their staff, as well as the Trump administration. Our group effectively voiced our concerns about nuclear weapons, power, and waste — speaking power to power!
Click here to learn more about DC Days, including photos and information on public events!
Defending the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, along with many of its member groups, has stepped up to defend the vital role of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB). In May 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy issued order 140.1, which gutted DNFSB’s ability to access information, facilities, and personnel at some of the most dangerous nuclear facilities in the country.
To learn more about this issue, ANA has prepared a two-page fact sheet on the DNFSB and these changes. ANA also sent a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry on August 27 asking him to address our grave concerns. ANA sent a letter to the House and Senate Armed Services Committees on November 27, 2018.
DC Days 2018
The Alliance for Nuclear Accountability's 30th Annual DC Days took place from May 20-23, 2018. Sixty-five experts and grassroots activists gathered to hold over 80 meetings with Congress and the Trump administration for a stop to nuclear weapon modernization programs and for cleanup of radioactive waste around the country. This year, the Congress and administration especially needed to hear from many of us as we seek a nuclear-free future that safeguards our communities and our environment. More information about DC Days is here.
Click here for our 30th anniversary DC Days brochure!
Accountability Audit - 2017 Report from the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
For its 29th Annual DC Days in May 2017, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability published a report entitled Accountability Audit. The report examines the extraordinary spending at Department of Energy nuclear facilities and examines ways to reduce risks and save billions of dollars across the U.S. nuclear weapons complex.
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We work to oppose our massive nuclear weapons complex. This expensive and dangerous choice is something we can change.