Women. Power. Peace.

WiLL and WAND members speak!


Here at WAND/WiLL, we want our members to express their opinions and make their voices heard!  We are thrilled to share articles written by several of our members, which have appeared in news outlets across the country.

In Milwaukee’s Journal Sentinel, State Senator Lena Taylor discusses the meat-cleaver effects sequestration will have on programs across Wisconsin, while urging Congress to give budgetary priority to sustainable jobs instead of the Pentagon’s out of control spending.

Leading up to International Women’s Day, State Representative Keisha Waites examines human trafficking in her own backyard of Atlanta, and the importance of legislation to protect women and children internationally in the Savannah Morning News.

To commemorate International Women’s Day, State Representative Phyllis Kahn applauds the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), but encourages Congress to expand the protection to victims worldwide through the International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) in the Minnesota Daily.

In the South Bend Tribune, MacKenzie Lair, a student at Indiana University South Bend, shares her personal experiences fighting for women’s justice, and the need for VAWA and I-VAWA.

Ten Minnesota elected officials came together to explore violence against women in their own state, and why they support domestic and international legislation to protect women and children.


Contact Us

National Office - (781) 643 6740 more

Washington, DC Office- (202) 544 5055 more

Atlanta, GA Office- (404) 524 5999 more