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

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

A report of 10/11/17 Rally * 月例抗議11月集会の事後報告

About 10 people gathered at SF Japanese Consulate yesterday. The letter to PM Abe was written in Japanese by a peace activist Miho Aida. Yoko Clark kindly translated it into English. Please read the letter attached below. Genta Yoshikawa recorded the rally and put it on Youtube. https://youtu.be/cgG7-FUoKe8  Hope see you at next 11/11/17 rally!  * ナパ、ソノマ一帯の大火事が一向に鎮火できず、SFベイエイリアは灰と煤でどんよりした空気に包まれていました。 … Continue reading

Report of NNA rally on 8/11/17・8月11日抗議集会の事後報告

During a significant month for the Atomic-bombs Hibakusha and anti-nukes activists, our 61st NNA rally was held on August 11th. By the huge tension of USA/North Korea, several human rights, and anti-war activists joined. The subjects of speak-out were of the danger of militarism, nuclear arms, and necessary of many people’s awareness. About a dozen … Continue reading

A Report of 7/11 NNA rally / 7・11抗議集会事後報告

A dozen of people gathered at front of SF Japanese Consulate. It was the significant day that Anti-Conspiracy law took effect on the same day in Japan. And only a few days earlier, UN adopted treaty banning nuclear weapons. Several people spoke out including Cecile Peneda, Tadashi Seto from Japan. And a couple of people … Continue reading

A report of the 59th monthly NNA rally on 6/11/17・6/11抗議集会事後報告

No Nukes Action appreciate your encouragements for us to keep going our monthly rally for years! At this time, eight hard core people gathered at the 59th NNA rally on June 11th. The demanding letter to PM Abe was written by Sam Kanno who lives in LA, and the letter was mailed to PM Abe … Continue reading

A report from the 5.11 Monthly No Nukes Action rally・5/11 抗議集会からの報告

The scary mountain fire in the restricted area in Fukushima had started on April 29 and continued burning until a day before our rally. It had lasted for twelve days! 5000 people worked to put the fire out with hazmat suits. On April 8 it was recorded 3-9 times higher cesium label than previous day at … Continue reading