FORECLOSE ON THE BOMB, NOT THE PEOPLE: August 5th Rally at the Livermore Nuclear Weapon Lab! ヒロシマから67年！核兵器の廃絶を！国立リバモア研究所での抗議集会
Our alliance Tri-Valley CAREs and many other organizations will hold their 67th annual anniversary of the US Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, aiming to forclose the Livermore Nuclear Weapon Lab! Spread the word, and take the bus from downtown Oakland to join the crowd!
Download the Flyer from here: http://www.trivalleycares.org/new/2012AugActionFlyer.pdf
FORECLOSE ON THE BOMB, NOT THE PEOPLE
On the 67th Anniversary of the US Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima
and Nagasaki, Foreclose on the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab!
*a nonviolent symbolic foreclosure of the Lab will follow the program
William Payne Park in Livermore, near I-580 on Vasco Road & Patterson Pass
Road, across from the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab
Visit our Facebook Page at http://tinyurl.com/forecloseonthebomb
See other side for full list of co-sponsoring organizations, nonviolence guidelines, and information
about a very special film showing of “In My Lifetime,” 7 pm Wed. Aug. 1 in Oakland’.
Great Music! Great Music!
Back by Popular Demand
New CD: Revolutions per Minute
The Occupy Oakland bus will
take people to Livermore from
MacArthur BART and bring them
back. Call to reserve your seat: (415)
Inspiring Speakers! Inspiring Speakers
Movement for Nuclear Safety
US Labor Against the War
Hiroshima A-bomb survivor
Tri-Valley CAREs Western States Legal Foundation
Tri-Valley CAREs (925) 443-7148
Western States Legal Foundation
NEW!In My Lifetime
Don’t miss: “In My Lifetime,” a new film by Robert E. Frye
Special guest: Natalia Mironova,
Movement for Nuclear Safety, Russia
Wednesday, August 1 7 PM
Humanist Hall (390 – 27th Street, Oakland )
Suggested donation: $5 – $10
No one turned away for lack of funds
Through archival footage and contemporary interviews, In My Lifetime portrays the history of the nuclear era
and the complex search for “a way beyond.” In My Lifetime challenges viewers to learn from this history and
find a way to accomplish what might seem like the impossible, because it is an absolute necessity.
Livermore Conversion Project’s Nonviolence Guidelines
As participants, we agree to abide by the following nonviolent discipline in all our actions:
• We will harbor no anger but suffer the anger of the opponent*
• We will refuse to return the assault of the opponent.
• We will refrain from insults and inappropriate language.
• We will protect opponents from insults or attack.
• If arrested, we will not resist.
• If arrested, we will behave in an exemplary manner. We will not evade the legal consequences of our
• Our attitude as conveyed through words, symbols and actions will be one of openness, friendliness
and respect toward all other people we encounter including Livermore Nuclear Weapons Laboratory
security officers and workers.
• We will not damage any property.
• We will not bring or use any drugs or alcohol.
• We will not run or use any threatening motions.
• We will carry no weapons.
• Without passing judgement on its use, we will not engage in symbolic blood pouring.
• Plans for our activities are shared with the authorities.
• As members of the nonviolent demonstration, we will follow the directions of the designated coordinators. In the event of a serious disagreement, we will remove ourselves from the action.
*The term opponent is borrowed from Gandhi and is meant to indicate one with whom one is in opposition
but whom one does not consider an enemy.
Co-Sponsoring Organizations: Alameda County Peace and Freedom Party; Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility; American Friends Service Committee, Pacific Mountain Regional Office; Asian Americans for Peace &
Justice; East Bay Peace Action; East Timor Religious Outreach; Ecumenical Peace Institute; Father Bill
O’Donnell Social Justice Committee, St. Joseph the Worker Church; Friends of the People’s Weekly World;
Green Party of Alameda County; Interfaith Tent at Oakland; Lamorinda Peace & Justice Group; Livermore
Conversion Project; Mt. Diablo Peace & Justice Center; Nafsi ya Jamii: The Soul Community; Nevada Desert
Experience; Night on the Streets Catholic Worker; No Nukes Action Committee; Northern California 9-11
Truth Alliance; Northern California Friends of Sabeel; Pax Christi Fremont; Peace Action West; San Francisco
Bay Area Chapter, Physicians for Social Responsibility; Tri-Valley CAREs; United for Peace & Justice, Bay
Area; United Nations Association of San Francisco; Western States Legal Foundation; Women’s International
League for Peace and Freedom Monterey County Branch; Women in Black Berkeley