5/11 will mark the 70th Rally At SF Japanese Consulate

5/11 will mark the 70th Rally At SF Japanese Consulate To Demand Justice For Children And Families of Fukushima, No Restarting of NUKES and Against Militarization Including Nuclear Re-armament
Friday May 11, 2018 3:00 PM
San Francisco Japanese Consulate
275 Battery near California 3-4 blocks from the BART Embarcadero station
San Francisco

Join No Nukes Action on the anniversary of our 70th rally to defend the families and children of Fukushima, Oppose the restarting of Japan’s nuclear plants and against militarization and nuclear re-armament.
The Abe government continues to reopen nuclear plants and is also demanding the families and children to return to Fukushima saying that it is now safe and has been decontaminated. This despite the fact that the melted nuclear rods still remain at the reactors and it is still creating a massive crisis with radioactive water continuing to be produced.
Join our rally and speak out to demand justice for the Fukushima children and families, against any forced evacuation and against the restart of Japan’s nuclear plants.


Initiated by No Nukes Action  nonukesaction.wordpress.com


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written by NNA member Steve Zeltzer



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