Next study committee hearing: Wednesday, September 24 beginning at 10:00 a.m. Location: Milledgeville, in the Magnolia Ballroom of the Student Activities Center located at 300 W. Hancock Street in downtown Milledgeville (Corner of Hancock and Liberty Streets). We have assembled a list of top experts to set the record straight concerning the Common Core in Georgia […] READ MORE
About CWA of GeorgiaTanya Ditty State Director State Office: P.O. Box 671374 Marietta, GA 30066 Phone: 770-617-1987 Email: Click Here
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The Georgia state constitution preamble states: “We the people of Georgia, relying upon the protection and guidance of Almighty God, do ordain and establish this Constitution.”
Our vision at CWA of Georgia is for committed women and like-minded men to come together and seek renewal in the body of Christ and restoration of the family to its created purpose.
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Three great opportunities to be involved. We hope you can join CWA of Georgia at these events. September 11, 2014 – Cry Out America Prayer Event Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location: Georgia State Capitol Click here for all the details. Background on the event- This prayer initiative was birthed in the patriot hearts […] READ MORE
For a donation of $10 or more, we will send you the Stop the National Common Core Power Grab: Reclaim Local Control of Education video on DVD. Order today and share with a friend! See cost list below for 6 or more DVDs. Click here to pay by credit card. Important! Please indicate in the comment […] READ MORE
Over two and half years ago, a groundswell of support began growing all across this state to withdraw Georgia from the Common Core standards, national tests and the intrusive data-tracking system. This past March, the state legislature failed to pass SB 167, and, as a result, Georgia continues to align itself with the national standards […] READ MORE
CWA of Georgia State Director speaks to the Atlanta Journal Constitution on the new APUSH Curriculum Framework: Georgia Republicans duck sequel to the fight over Common Core READ MORE
Resources and action items for the new AP (anti)U.S. History Curriculum Framework Without state pushback, this new APUSH Curriculum Framework will go into effect this fall (2014). Without state pushback, APUSH teachers may have to ignore their own state’s U.S. History standards if they hope to prepare their students for success on the new APUSH […] READ MORE
Update August 14, 2014 State Director, Tanya Ditty, speaks out on the new APUSH Curriculum Framework: Georgia Republicans duck sequel to the fight over Common Core, Atlanta Journal Constitution, August 14, 2014 State School Board Update: Tanya Ditty, Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Georgia State Director, testified at the SBOE meeting along with Jane […] READ MORE
Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC) in partnership with American Principles in Action hosted a nationwide conference call concerning the rollout of the new Advanced Placement U.S. History Curriculum Framework (APUSH) and exam. Click here to access the archived recording of the conference call, action items and resources. Thanks to each of you […] READ MORE
In March of this year, the Georgia House of Representatives passed H.R. 550. The resolution creates a House Study Committee on the Role of Federal Government in Education. Speaker David Ralston recently sent out this press release on the formation of the committee. The study committee holds its first meeting on Wednesday, August 30, 2014 from 1:30 […] READ MORE
Over the past two years, CWA of Georgia has fought tirelessly alongside other activists in the state to rid Georgia of the Common Core Standards. Even though the state legislature refused to pass legislation to halt the implementation of the Common Core Standards, the groundswell of opposition to this federal overreach into our state education […] READ MORE
Legislative Wrap Up: Common Core, Religious Freedom, Life, Support for Israel The fast-paced 2014 Georgia legislative session came to a close on March 20. The 40-day session opened on January 13, and State Director Tanya Ditty represented your interests as a volunteer lobbyist with a physical presence at the State Capitol 38 of the 40 […] READ MORE
Please join Concerned Women for America of Georgia at the Religious Freedom Rally this coming Wednesday, March 19, at the State Capitol. Your presence is needed to show support for SB 377, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This legislation (SB 377) is needed in our state in order to protect our churches and businesses from […] READ MORE
Time sensitive alert. Supporting religious freedom should be paramount because it’s a fundamental right every American enjoys and must not be infringed. SB 377, the Preservation of Religious Freedom Act, introduced by Sen. Josh McKoon (R-Columbus) is a bill to guarantee the free exercise of religion in Georgia without interference from the government. One of […] READ MORE
Several hundred descend on State Capitol to rally against the Common Core! Lobbying Efforts Over 20 men, women and children lobbied in support of the Common Core legislation. It was a fast-paced morning and we are grateful for those who came out to lobby. Click here for pictures of our lobbyists. Over 200 concerned parents, […] READ MORE
Contact our Governor to Stop Common Core, download Common Core resources, hear what educational experts are saying and more. READ MORE
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YWA is a student-oriented initiative that is geared toward high school and college campuses to bring active groups of young like-minded women together to promote conservative values to their schools and the nation.