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Fukushima Response Bay Area - Vigil for Japan

Date:
Friday, March 22, 2013
Time:
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Event Type:
Vigil/Ritual
Organizer/Author:
Fukushima Response Bay Area
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Location Details:
We will meet at Rockridge BART station, at the bottom of the escalators, and stay for half and hour, then perhaps move to another nearby spot. We will be wearing hazmat suits and we'll have extras for you to wear, if you so choose.

This is a vigil in solidarity with the Japanese who are suffering from the effects of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster. We will hold vigil and share information with any interested passersby, re: the disaster, its effects on the US, anti-nuclear activities here, radiation remediation and health.
We will meet at Rockridge BART station and stay for half and hour, then perhaps move to another nearby spot. We will be wearing hazmat suits and will have extras for you to wear, if you so choose.
Added to the calendar on Sat, Mar 16, 2013 10:33PM

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by Zachary RunningWolf (runningwolf.zachary [at] yahoo.com)
We (Tree People) are still doing the "no Room for Fukashima" outreach. When we are in a cafe or getting coffee we loudly say no room for Fukashima or Milk and go on and explain that there is Cesium in the Dairy products. I as a plains Indian (Blackfeet elder) gone on and explain the weirdness of nursing from another species (ie. bestiality). The Buffalo would have killed us and I believe that milk drinking and Rotten Vegetable Juice started colonialism.
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