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|Paradise Occupied: Environmental and Social Implications of U.S. Military Presence|
|Date||Friday February 09|
|Time||11:00 AM - 9:00 PM|
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San Francisco State University
Cesar Chavez Student Center
Room: Jack Adams Hall (Terrace level)
|Event Type||Panel Discussion|
Paradise Occupied: Environmental and Social Implications of U.S. Military Presence in Okinawa
Two-day conference starting February 9 and continuing on February 10. Field trip to former Bay Area military base on Sunday, February 11.
Panel topics include: U.S. Military around the world, history of foreign presence in Okinawa, Okinawa as "Galapagos of the East", Okinawa dugong, Effects of militarization on women, lawsuit brought by U.S. and Japanese environmental and social groups against U.S. Dept. of Defense, and more.
Panelists include scientists, Okinawa activists, and U.S. Military specialists from around the world.