We are dedicated to shutting down the Indian Point nuclear power plant. We often attend public meetings, where our lyrics are entered in official transcripts. For details, please go to our "Close Indian Point" page.
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We often sing at rallies, protests, demonstrations, and the like, but we are also invited to sing by other groups and individuals.
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Raging Grannies WOWW
Copyright Raging Grannies WOWW 2011
Raging Grannies WOWW is not a singing group, a chorus, or a choir. We are activists for such progressive causes as peace, social justice, human rights, and the environment. We write "speeches," fit them into borrowed melodies, and deliver them in unison as song parodies at rallies, protests, and public meetings. We decide among ourselves what issues to support or oppose, what to say, how to say it, and where to say it. We are against violence in any form, but we are not afraid of offending groups who hold views that differ from ours. We do not take positions against individuals unless they are public figures, specifically government officials, whether elected or appointed. We do not endorse candidates for office.
Some of us were previously or are concurrently members of other gaggles, so we share their history and accomplishments.
We invite you to join with us, so please look at our Invitation Page.

At No War Westchester's weekly anti-war vigil in White Plains, we were joined by NYC Metro Raging Grannies and Their Daughters. On Thursday, May 5, 2011,  the White Plains vigilers were honored with a special award from WESPAC Foundation in White Plains, in recognition of their "unwavering commitment to peace and social justice."
At Mamapalooza 2011 festival before performing on the stage with Pam Drake, member of NYC Metro Raging Grannies and Their Daughters.
This photo of our hats is part of an article about the Sounds of Peace concert on July 1, 2011, in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. There are many photos of Raging Grannies WOWW and NYC Metro Raging Grannies and Their Daughters (including Pam Drake on guitar), courtesy of Alison Bert (reporter, photographer, and videographer) and Rivertowns Patch, and there is a video as well.
The concert was held by Concerned Families of Westchester in support of Iraq Veterans Against War.
We joined  NYC Metro Raging Grannies and Their Daughters to march in the Pride Parade. Nora is greeting Max Freeman, who took this photo.