Report of 9/11 NNA Rally

Thank you whoever have attended and supported our 9/11 NNA rally! At the front of SF Japanese consulate, we protested the policy of Japanese nuclear energy and militarism. We condemned any illegal arrests and harassment toward the activists who are disclosing the government’s and industries’ lies. The letter to PM Abe was written by Jane … Continue reading

Report from 6/11/18 NNA rally・

About a dozen of people (plus a doggy) got together for the 71st NNA rally. There were some speak outs about Fukushima and SF Hunters Point problems. The letter to PM Abe was written and read out by Don Eichelberger of Abalone Alliance Safe Energy Clearinghouse. Attached please read his letter. There was no … Continue reading

A report of 4/11/18 monthly rally・4/11/18 月例抗議集会の事後報告

I can not help feeling that the Fukushima disaster has been forgotten among many people in the world and even in Japan. But the Fukushima disaster has not been contained.There are so many problems. That is the reason we have been standing and voicing at the front of SF Japanese consulate every 11th of month. … Continue reading

Report : the 7th anniversary of Fukushima Meltdown/68th NNA monthly rally・7周年福島メルトダウン惨事・第68回NNA 抗議集会事後報告

  The 7th Anniversary of Fukushima meltdown and our 68th NNA Monthly Rally went fine. About 20 people participated. Thank you for joining us from many groups, such as Circle of Concern, Fukushima Response, Abalone Alliance, Peaceworkers, former SF Occupy and people of grass roots. And thank Tri-Valley CAREs for joining with the statement. We … Continue reading

A report of 2/11/18, NNA monthly rally and a request of writing the letter to PM Abe for 3/11 rally・2/11/18 抗議集会事後報告

We had the 67th NNA monthly rally yesterday. Eight people got together. The monthly letter to PM was written by Tsukuru Fors Lauritzen who lives in LA. Tsukuru has organized several Fukushima related documentary film viewings, and is preparing another documentary film viewing in 3/11 in LA. “Nuclear Cattle” is the title of film and … Continue reading

A report of 1/11/18 rally・1/11/18 原発・核反対抗議集会事後報告

Half a dozen people came to the rally. There are good news and bad news. We had the victorious ruling at three courts in Japan last year even though they are not perfect rulings because one of them didn’t rule for the government’s responsibility. Hitach electric Co. will export the reactor and build plants in … Continue reading

A report of 12/11/17 NNA Rally・12/11/17 NNA Rally の事後報告

Our NNA 65th Monthly Rally went on Dec.11th. About 10 people joined. The letter to PM Abe was written by Jason Kamalie, and was read by Yoko Clark. Please read attached letter. Genta Yoshikawa videoed and put it on Youtube. Thank you for your support and encouragement this year! We will continue our protest next … Continue reading

12/11 SF Japan Consulate Protest-Stop The Restarting of NUKES In Japan And Defend The Families Of Fukushima

12/11 SF Japan Consulate Protest-Stop The Restarting of NUKES In Japan And Defend The Families Of Fukushima Monday December 11, 2017 3:00 PM San Francisco Japanese Consulate 275 Battery St./California St. San Francisco Despite the continuing radiation from the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe the Japanese Abe government continues to restart other nuclear plants in Japan. They … Continue reading

Report from the 11/11 NNA rally・11月抗議集会事後報告

The rally was held during the time Trump was visiting Asia and soliciting more war weapons. Japan had already decided to purchase so many weapons from USA, but PM Abe promised Trump that Japan will buy MORE. It seemed Trump’s task, a shameful sales of death and war, had accomplished. About 15 people gathered and … Continue reading

Report from 9/11/17 NNA Monthly Rally・第62回月例9月11日SF抗議集会の事後報告

It has been 6 and a half years since Fukushima triple melt down occurred, and 5years and 2 months since NNA started Every 11th of Monthly Rally. And though the attendees of our rally have been decreasing, by 3:00 pm people gathered one by one, total of 9 people attended . Many of 9 people … Continue reading