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Adrianna Schoonover performs poetry, Alliance for Nuclear Accountability Awards Show

This young poet in a red and white keffiyeh shares her poem with the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability.
"We fight with our human power. People power." says Adrianna Schoonover

Adrianna Schoonover has joined ANA’s DC Days for the first time this year, thanks to ANA scholarships and PeaceWorks donors. Donations from our supporters made this trip possible. Please enjoy AP the Poet’s inspirational slam poetry piece.

“To do anything, you need power.” AP draws parallels to the nuclear industrial complex perception of power with the organizing happening in DC.

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