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|SF World Premier Screening Of "Fukushima, Never Again"|
|Date||Sunday February 12|
|Time||12:00 PM - 2:00 PM|
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2940 16th St/Capp St.
|Organizer/Author||No Nukes Action Committee|
Stop Nuclear Power And Nuclear WeaponsAdded to the calendar on Friday Jan 27th, 2012 1:26 AM
World Premier Screening Of
"Fukushima, Never Again"
Sponsored by No Nukes Action Committee on
Sunday Feb 12, 2012 3:00 PM
2940 16th St./Capp St. San Francisco
$10 Donation Requested (no one turned away due to lack of funds)
The No Nuke Action Committee is organizing to support the campaign to shut down the two nuclear plants in California at Diablo Canyon and San Onofre including supporting the initiative to close the plants.
CaliforniaNuclearInitiative.com We are also organizing a special film showing of “Fukushima, Never Again”. This 60 minute documentary film is about the Japan government and TEPCO cover-up and the catastrophic disaster of the Fukushima nuclear plants. It allows the people of Japan to speak about their lives since the meltdowns and what it means to people in Japan and throughout the world.
It is time to educate the American people about the need to close all 104 US nuclear plants and nuclear weapons and industry operations. They are destroying the workers, the communities and the world.
We urge you to support events throughout California and the world during this period. Here are some initial events that have been set up.
Also Join the No Nukes Action Committee on
Sunday March 11, 2012 7:00 PM
Stop The Nuclear Madness
On the Anniversary of Fukushima
To Remember the Community, The Workers
And to expose the Cover-up with
Music, poetry and Presentations
ILWU Local 34
801 2nd St /King St. next to AT&T Stadium
For more information contact
No Nukes Action Committee
For information Email 311bayarea(at)gmail.com or lvpsf(at)igc.org - Our website is http://nonukesaction.wordpress.com
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