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|Stop The JP Cover-up -Report On Struggle Against Nuclear Power-More Fukushimas/Repressions|
|Date||Tuesday April 05|
|Time||7:00 PM - 7:00 PM|
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1530 Buchanan St.
|Organizer/Author||No Nukes Action Committee|
4/5 SF Meeting-Stop The Cover-up-Report On Struggle Against Nuclear Power-More Fukushimas/Repressions and Growing Militarization In Japan
STOP THE COVER-UP!
Featuring Special Presenter:
of the International Solidarity Committee of Doro-Chiba
(national railway workers of Japan)
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
1530 Buchanan St.
GET THE UPDATE FROM ACTIVISTS ON-THE-GROUND IN JAPAN:
● Government & Nuclear Industry Cover-Up of Ongoing Dangers:
-- High radiation levels in contaminated areas for clean-up workers and returning residents
-- Spread of radiation contamination to the rest of Japan and the world, including the West Coast of North America
-- Restarting nuclear power plants, the growing nuclear weapons industry, and threats of war in Asia
● Mass popular demonstrations against the re-militarization of Japan,
right wing repression, and the U.S. Pacific Pivot:
-- Japanese & US corporate and government interest in the Pacific Pivot
-- Changing Japan’s Peace Constitution and passage of anti-democratic security and secrecy laws
-- Expansion of military bases, especially in Okinawa
-- Permitting use of nuclear weapons and nuclear weapon development
-- Historical denialism and cover-up of government accountability
-- Attacks on multicultural education, intensification of hate speech, and increasing violence against ethnic minorities
Cosponsors include: Institute for Public Interest Media, No Nukes Action, KPFA Workweek Radio, United Public Workers for Action, Asian Americans for Peace & Justice, Transport Workers Solidarity Committee
Japan PM Abe is pushing to re-open more nuclear plants
There are over 1,000 radioactive water tanks are in Fukushima and many are leaking water into the Pacific. The Japanese government and the US government say the crisis is over to the Japanese and American people.