FORUM: Upcoming meetings, gatherings, & demonstrations about energy issues

Published: September 1st, 2015 at 12:45 am ET


Please post links and information in the comment section below concerning meetings, gatherings, & demonstrations.

*UPDATE* Let’s try and format the posts in a similar way to make them easier to read. For now:


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Published: September 1st, 2015 at 12:45 am ET


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623 comments to FORUM: Upcoming meetings, gatherings, & demonstrations about energy issues

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

    Public Meeting on Proposed Nuclear Power Plant
    Home > Chapters > Iowa > Events
    March 26, 2013
    Wilton, Iowa
    Time: 6:30 pm
    Location: Wilton Community Center, 1215 Cypress St.
    Iowa PSR participates in a Wilton, Iowa community meeting on a proposed nuclear power plant. The chapter has been providing background information and planning for the meeting, and Dr. John Rachow will be in attendance. For more information contact

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar anne

    Webinar: A New Path Towards Nuclear Abolition
    Home > News & Events > Events
    April 23, 2013
    Time: 3:00 pm EDT
    Join us for this online discussion with leaders, from around the world, about plans for a campaign in 2013 that educates the public on the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons. The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and Physicians for Social Responsibility are pleased to co-host this webinar and look forward to your participation. Contact Ashish Sinha at with any questions or comments.

  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    California Fracking Regulations — Meetings & Discussion groups in Monterey and Santa Barbara.

    >>"“Discussion draft” hydraulic fracturing regulations released; public workshops scheduled for April 19 in Santa Barbara and April 30 in Monterey.

    The Department of Conservation/Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources on December 18, 2012 released a “discussion draft” of regulations for the oil and natural gas production technique known as hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”). What does “discussion draft” mean? It means that this version does not begin the formal rulemaking process. Instead, it is a starting point for discussion by key stakeholders – industry, the environmental community, other regulators, and interested members of the public – in preparation for the more formal process.

    These “discussion draft” regulations include provisions for pre-fracturing well testing; advance notification;
    The Department will conduct stakeholder workshops to receive input on the “discussion draft” regulations on Friday, April 19, 2013 in Santa Barbara and Tuesday, April 30, 2013 in Monterey. The meetings will run from noon to 8 p.m.. The Santa Barbara meeting will be held at the University Club of Santa Barbara, 1332 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara CA, 93101. The Monterey meeting will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1000 Aguajito Road, Monterey CA, 93940. The actual “discussion draft regulations” and other materials can be found…"<< (cont)…

  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    (cont)…>>"The actual “discussion draft regulations” and other material [for Calif Fracking regulations] can be found on the Department’s home page, <a href=""&gt; hydraulic fracturing regulations</a>.

  • Tonight 8:30 pm pacific time 'live' podcast meeting with Arnie Gundersen, the former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan, former NRC chairman Gregory Jaczko

    One hour from now.

  • Sickputer

    The Japanese military leader Yamamoto feared the "sleeping giant" of the USA after the sneak attack at Pearl Harbor in 1941.

    If the US was a sleeping giant…how huge are the angry Chinese afraid their health and agricultural wealth may fall victim to the nucleorats who massacred central Japan? Fukushima Daiichi NPP has ruined for centuries massive organic farms lost to radiation and it looks ominously that in this decade the continued radiation fallout from the still out of control Daiichi complex will destroy human existence in Tokyo (Goodbye 2020 Olympics unless they plan on holding three-legged races…for single children entrants).

    The Chinese can not afford a nuclear dead zone in heavily populated areas or they will become Mad Max country.

    Some Chinese realize this:

    "Protesters in Jiangmen hold up signs saying ”against nuclear [power]”反核"
    "What they protested against? A nuclear fuel processing plant (核燃料加工厂). Some Western media have called it NIMBY protests (Not In My BackYard), and maybe that is some of the truth. From some available reports it seems that the protests were mostly against the location of the plant, not totally against nuclear power as such. It is still very unusual, especially since they managed to get the government of Jiangmen to reverse their decision and not give permission for the plant."

  • Mack Mack


    One day Symposium on the ongoing dangers of Nuclear Waste

    WHEN: October 19, 2013 from 12 noon to 5 PM

    WHERE: The Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley, 1201 Puerta Del Sol, Suite 100, San Clemente, California 92673. Registration will start at 12 noon and the program will begin at 12:30 PM.

    Speakers will include Dr. Arjun Makhijani PhD and Dr. Marvin Resnikoff Ph.D

    Donations needed, too.

  • mopar69 mopar69

    Fukushima is here event to take place 10-19-2013 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA


  • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

    As we all have real worries about the spent fuel pool in Japan we must work to have the United States Government address the problem of what to do with the spent fuel pools in the United States. You have an opportunity to participate in a series of public hearings starting Oct. 1st around the U.S. on the issue of nuclear waste. Go to this website and scroll down to see the list of where the twelve hearings are occurring. People can conference call into the first and last hearings. You can also submit written comments during this process if you cannot attend the hearings. I recommend doing both, attending and submitting a written statement.

    These are being referred to as “the waste confidence hearings” they are part of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) decision making process.

    What is it about?
    Anti-nuclear people won a great victory in court that has put a hold to the U.S. NRC’s ability to license any new nuclear reactors or to extend existing licenses of all nuclear reactors in the U.S.


    • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

      (…continued Waste Confidence Hearings)
      The NRC (and other polluters) is required to report to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) how they will handle their pollution/waste problem by performing an environmental impact statement. Historically the NRC has been allowed to in skip the process of having to do an environmental impact statement. An environmental impact statement would expose the nuclear waste long term storage problem and the EPA would not put their seal of approval on such a project.

      How does the NRC avoid this problem? The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is supposed to take ownership and manage the long term storage of nuclear waste. This is how the U.S. government was able to get companies to build nuclear reactors. The companies would not take on the burden of what to do with the waste because the liability would make it so expensive they wouldn’t be able to make a profitable business. What the NRC does instead of submitting an environmental impact statement is they simply say, “we have confidence the U.S. Department of Energy will do something with the nuclear waste” So the U.S. NRC has “confidence” in the U.S. DOE to handle the “waste” problem hence the term “waste confidence”.


  • vital1 vital1

    Please feel free to make use of this Green Planet FM radio interview, that provides a clear honest appraisal of the present seriousness of the Fukushima Nuclear disaster. Suggestions, tools, and other resources are mentioned in the Interview, that can be used to help you and your family stay safe and well.–Survival.html

    Thanks to Tim Lynch, host of Green Planet FM radio for this interview.

  • nedlifromvermont

    Hey everyone … Ongoing Lessons from Fukushima Panel Discussion with Arnie and Greg Jaczko and Naota Kan and Ralph Nader in NYC Tuesday, October 8 and Weds. October 9 in Boston …. same folks … maybe an appearance from RFK Jr. and others ….

    NYC meeting 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Ave., Theresa L. Kaufman Concert Hall … open to public … with some live streaming …

    Boston is next day, October 9, 9:00 to 1:00 at Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St., Boston in Gardner Auditorium ……….

    Come one come all, send your friends …

    Sorry for the late post, but I only found out about it yesterday …

    We need to team up and get our numbers up and work together … especially with communities with active anti-nuke groups, which have received a "plan to close" notice …

    See you all there!!

    peace to the 'newsers …… Nedli

  • MichaelV MichaelV

    I'm going to this demonstration against fracking on Saturday, but I'd like to be holding a large poster that will raise awareness about Fukushima… any good ideas for color and wording..?

    Dear Michael,

    Fracking for oil and gas threatens our drinking water, our health, our neighborhoods, and our climate. That's why, for the second year in a row, thousands of grassroots activists are rising up in more than 20 countries, on 6 continents, at more than 200 events—on a single day, this coming Saturday, October 19—to call for an end to this destructive practice and to challenge our leaders to pursue a clean-energy future.
    There's a Global Frackdown event near you in Sacramento this Saturday, October 19. Can you make it?

    Yes, I'll be there!

    For more details about the event, check the invitation below. Thanks for all you do.

    –Victoria, Matt P., Linda, Manny, and the rest of the team

  • HoTaters HoTaters

    News from an activist friend in Berkeley, CA, USA:

    "Dear friends and cohorts,

    Good news! Berkeley's Peace & Justice Commission voted unanimously to recommend that the City Council endorse the draft UN Resolution at the bottom of this post and request our elected officials to monitor radiation in air, water, soil and food, prepare our communities, and stand up to the EPA raising radiation safety thresholds.

    Pls fwd widely this notice of Fukushima events/projects:

    Berkeley Fellowship Unitarian Universalists 1924 Cedar at Bonita, between MLK/Shattuck
    Thursday, October 17, 7:00 pm

    Fukushima is Here… Now What?
    A Town Meeting: What does this mean for us, and what can we do about it?

    Speakers and Video clips. Q&A after:

    Nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen may also appear via Skype,
    and IN PERSON, we'll hear:
    BRAD NEWSHAM cab driver extraordinaire who has organized thousands for Ocean Beach human banners
    (see below: "Fukushima is Here" on the beach in SF 10/19 -11am;
    Dr. Carol Wolman (StopFukushimaRadiation petition); Mary Beth Brangan ( &, Steve Zeltzer & Chizu Hamada (NoNukesActionCommittee);
    Professor Masaki Shimoji (anti-nuclear activist from Osaka Japan); John Bertucci (, Nick Thabit & Holly Harwood (; Vic Sadot ("No Nuke Blues"; Cynthia…

  • HoTaters HoTaters

    Also from my friend in Berkeley:


    HUMAN BANNER! Ocean Beach in SF 11:00AM Saturday, Oct 19. A helicopter will fly by at noon to film
    "FUKUSHIMA IS HERE" spelled out with hundreds of human bodies ON THE BEACH!
    When informed that their permit may be revoked due to the gov't shut down, organizers decided to do a 2ns human banner. After the 1st one, we'll line up briefly facing the Pacific, like a prayer, then those who wish may use their bodies to spell out G.O.P is NUTS !
    A family friendly event! Bring a picnic, then drop the kids at the zoo so you can attend:

    "The Truth and Reality of Fukushima" Educational Conference
    2:00 PM – 6:00 PM @ San Francisco State University, Room BH1 1600 Holloway Ave. SF 94132 Admission: Free教育/勉強会/

  • lam335 lam335

    Indiana–Discussion re: nuclear weapons @ Notre Dame

    "Does the World Need the Bomb?"

    They are the most destructive weapon known to mankind, and the United States holds thousands of them in its current arsenal. The debate on the utility and morality of nuclear weapons in today's world has never been more prevalent than it is now.

    Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 29th at 7:30 pm in the Geddes Basement Auditorium as two leading figures bring this debate to Notre Dame's campus; Professor David Cortright and Professor Sebastian Rosato will debate the necessity of nuclear weapons and the wisdom of future disarmament.

  • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

    Nov. 15th, Oak Brook, Illinois
    NRC's Waste Confidence Meeting
    Come or tell those you know in Illinois to attend.

    Many had to lobby the NRC to get a meeting here in Illinois. They were not going to have one here even though we have the most stored nuclear reactor waste of any state in the country and will likely be the or a site for Centralized Interim Storage if it passes (Senate Bill 1240).

    Go to this site to find out more and how to register ahead of time if you want to speak. You don't have to register but if you don't and we have a big turnout you may have to just submit comments in writing by Dec. 20th to the NRC.

  • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

    Waste Confidence comments due by Dec. 20th to NRC.
    If you are not going to any of the 12 waste confidence meetings around the country submit comments in writing to the NRC by Dec. 20th. There are many ways to submit them. Go to the NRC's website or look at our website for the info.

  • Mack Mack

    Helen Caldicott speaking appearances:

    November 13
    California – Opening the film in Hollywood titled Fallout for Karen Kramer, wife of Stanley Kramer

    November 14
    California – Grad Rounds at Cedar Sinai Hospital in LA

  • demo demo

    United Nations Chapel Thurs Nov 14 Fukushima from the point of view of Native American elder leaders. Sioux Chief Arvol Lookinghorse will speak, read the Elder Council's statement, then lead discussion. See excerpts in "Fukushima, Humanities Defining Moment ":

  • demo demo

    The United Religious Initiative environmental circle is calling for interfaith global Days of Prayer on "Fukushima Fridays." Individual or collective, brief or extensive, meditate, send Reiki energy, positive affirmations, have a moment of silence, all good on Fridays!
    We visualize healing for those in need. We visualize the indomitable spirit of our collective humanity creating and enacting solutions together for all environmental challenges, especially the on-going nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi. May this be a widespread wake up call so that we accomplish the Great Turning for a sustainable, peaceful world with justice, safety and good health for all.

  • demo demo

    On Dec 3 the City Council of Berkeley, Ca will consider a Fukushima Resolution which may be copied elsewhere. Constituents may lobby for it:,,,,,,,,,,

    Resolution to Reduce Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Dangers

    WHEREAS a coalition of seventy-two organizations, joined by Hiroaki Koide of Kyoto University Nuclear Reactor Research Institute, former United Nations (U.N.) diplomat Akio Matsumura, former senior adviser to the United States (U.S.) Secretary of Energy Robert Alvarez, former nuclear plant engineer Masashi Goto, etc., requested that the U.N. organize an independent assessment team and international assistance, stating that it is “imperative for the Japanese government and the international community to work together on this crisis before it becomes too late. We are appealing to the United Nations to help Japan and the planet in order to prevent the irreversible consequences of a catastrophe that could affect generations to come;” and

    WHEREAS, after visiting the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on 6 April 2012, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), a senior member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources who is highly experienced with nuclear…

  • demo demo

    RESOLVED that Berkeley urge the U.N. General Assembly to:
    1. Appoint on an emergency basis, within thirty days, an International Independent Commission of Experts (IICE) charged with formulating a plan to reduce, to every extent possible, releases of Fukushima Daiichi radiation into the atmosphere and the ocean, drawing personnel from universities, national research laboratories, other public institutions and nonprofit NGO's in order to avoid conflicts of interest and to ensure adherence to the purpose of the IICE, and insisting on transparency for investigatory, planning and implementation phases of remediation, ensuring that the project plans will be meticulously assessed, critiqued and optimized;
    2. Empower the IICE, with the intention of accurately assessing risks and formulating viable solutions, to investigate the site with the cooperation of the Government of Japan, including full access to the site, to relevant government documents and staff, and to personnel and documents of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), operator of the site;
    3. Direct the IICE to publicize a report within ninety (90) days with a risk-based strategic plan that addresses all existing and emergent problems with a minimum mandate of preventing the abandonment of the site, and the ultimate goal of minimizing public health risks;
    4. Authorize the Commission to employ qualified project managers, technical consultants and contractors, and engineering firms to…

  • demo demo

    implement the plan;
    5. Further direct the IICE to continue monitoring, and to publicize regular and accurate progress reports, as well as public health alerts as needed, working with Japan and with the public in an independent and transparent process;
    6. Call upon Member States and the international community to provide expeditious funding and resources for this urgent endeavor to protect the nations of the world from additional impending, irreparable harm.

    RESOLVED that the Council instruct its Health Dept to research & inform the public regarding elevated risk from seafood & other Pacific basin products, & to educate the population of Berkeley regarding specific treatments for radiation exposure & have in place emergency procedures to administer treatment, if necessary, to mitigate radiation exposure.

    RESOLVED that copies of this Resolution be sent to the U.N. General Assembly, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power, President Barack Obama Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Barbara Boxer, Congresswoman & Representative to the 68th Session of the U.N. General Assembly Barbara Lee, & Governor Jerry Brown, with a request to the U.S. elected officials that they do whatever they can to keep the Environmental Protection Agency radiation safety thresholds at or below the levels that were established before March 11, 2011 & that there be regular testing & accurate reporting of radiation levels in air,water,soil,&…

  • demo demo

    and food, glorious f'in food or course. There! Done!

  • demo demo

    A draft Resolution re Fukushima that hopefully a member nation may propose for the UN General Assembly:
    Background Info/Sources for statements (a work in progress):

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Demo, Very nice and you need to send a note over and this is not about just helping Japan or the rest of the world since what has happened has happened. You all must request that all Nuclear Power Plants worldwide must/need to be shut down immediately. Unless you shut all these Nuclear Power Plants down worldwide now what has happened in Japan will simply be repeated again worldwide.

    We need much more than just help for Japan, we need help so that the entire world changes this current Nuclear Energy Path now…. 🙂

    The entire Earth/all life is/are now in peril!

    Good Luck!

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    You need to do more my friend! We made a massive mistake and it needs to be corrected worldwide immediately! Its OK to make mistakes, if you learn from them, and then correct the problem.

    If we choose not to correct the problem, then the problem will never go away and I believe this understanding is called intelligence!

    Not impressed with any educational degrees currently residing/given on this planet at this time…sorry. 🙁

  • mungo mungo

    helen caldicott left a comment on Asahi Shimbun!!

    Helen Mary Caldicott
    these children clearly received a high dose of radiation

  • midwestern midwestern

    Public comments on the "waste confidence rule" in Illinois and the environmental impact statement can be filed until December 20, emailed to or faxed or mailed to addresses available at the website, docket number NRC-2012-2046.

  • Mack Mack

    >> The first public meeting for a pilot study on cancer risks around U.S. nuclear facilities is Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, 2-4 pm, Nat'l Academy of Sciences Building, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW (Rm 125), Washington, D.C.

    The NAS Committee planning this study will investigate just 7 of many facilities licensed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, but the results of this study will most likely affect all U.S. nuclear facilities.

    >>> You can participate by commenting on the methodology of this study, and by sharing any health-related personal experiences you have had living near these facilities.

    >> If you live in the DC area, please attend in person. (Seating is limited so reserve your seat ASAP.) You may also participate in the meeting remotely by calling in or viewing by WebEx. Email or call 202-334-3066 to reserve your seat or participate remotely.

    >> Women and children are more susceptible to radiation damage and NAS's Phase I report, which set the groundwork for Phase II, recognized that childhood leukemia is a sentinel cancer for radiation exposure — a connection indicated by study results in both France and Germany.

  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    Sister Megan Rice is being sentenced in Tennessee on January 28, 2014 for a peaceful protest at a nuclear weapons facility. Sister Megan is 83 yo and they want to give her 10 years in federal prison.
    Please call the US attorney's office in Knoxville and if you can please go to the rally on 1/27/2014

    Quoted from Kevin Blanch" Judge Amul Thapar, in response to a motion filed by the TNP legal team, has agreed to consolidate the sentencing hearing for Megan Rice, Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed to permit testimony offered on behalf of all three convicted Plowshares activists by Bishop Tom Gumbleton and Nukewatch's John LaForge.

    The Judge indicated Michael, Greg and Megan will still be sentenced individually.

    The hearing will be held in federal court in Knoxville, TN beginning at 9:00am on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

    The Judge also refused a request by Greg Boertje-Obed to have two songs played during his sentencing hearing saying Greg could submit the lyrics, but he will not allow recorded music. The songs, My Name is Lisa Kalvelage and By Breath, performed by Duluth's Sara Thomsen, can be heard on iTunes.

    Media reports indicate the recommended sentences for Megan Rice and Greg Boertje-Obed are in the range of 6-8 years while the range for Michael Walli is 10-12 years."

  • Jebus update 1-15-2014

    1041 Days of Fukushima

    1001 Days of Protest…

    Anti-nuclear sit-in protest marks 1,000 days in Kyushu

    “Humans cannot live side by side with nuclear energy,” said protest organizer Yukinobu Aoyagi. “Never again should lives be threatened and livelihoods deprived.”

    information for all to help gather the People

  • 1049 days now…yow!

    From MaidenHeaven

    "On January 31 there will be an Inter-Continental Day of Action against the TPP & Corporate Globalization. The theme is ‘No More NAFTA’s as this month is the twenty-year anniversary of NAFTA, which has had devastating consequences for working families, small farmers, indigenous peoples, small business and the environment in all three countries and beyond. The pending Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been described as “NAFTA on Steroids.”

    "We have come an incredible distance and the likelihood of stopping the TPP is stronger than it ever has been.The president and transnational corporations will make an aggressive push to pass Fast Track this month. It is our job to stop them and make it impossible to bring Fast Track or the TPP up again. We can accomplish this and when we do it will be a tremendous victory of the people over transnational corporate power!"

  • Arizonan Arizonan

    From Fukushima to the Four Corners: Breaking the Nuclear Chain. Open planning meeting in Phoenix, AZ for Fukushima Day 2014. Jan. 27, 6 pm. Please share with activists in Arizona.

  • Arizonan Arizonan

    Phoenix, AZ Fukushima Day Planning Mtg Jan. 27, , From Fukushima to the Four Corners: Breaking the Nuclear Chain. Open planning meeting in Phoenix, AZ for Fukushima Day 2014. Jan. 27, 6 pm. Please share with activists in Arizona.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Great it's good to see you comrades breath some life into this thread …
    He's my addition
    This is a boston event
    And it's tommorow. At the Cambridge public library , I'll make some contacts , this is a movie that won at the
    Uranium festival that is on tour now .

    This is also on tour so look and see if it will be coming to your area
    I hope to post the many events having to do with nuclear good and bad
    We do not have a group formed yet that is all day every day Fukushima

    I will let you know my thoughts

    I would like to brainstorm and talk about our activsm and what is working
    In our necks of the woods

    I'm also ordering buttons and printing up pamplets from the fukushimaresponse website to have on hand when opportunities arise .

    High Power – A film on Tarapur, India's 1st nuclear plant – with director |

  • Max Sievert Max Sievert

    International Protest down the Upper Rhine Valley

  • Arizonan Arizonan


    Fukushima Statements Sought for Arizona Rallies:
    If there are any friends here who are or were in Japan at the time of the Fukushima accident, we are looking for statements from survivors about how the Fukushima crisis is affecting them, what they think ought to be done, or anything they would like to say. The statements will be read out at Arizona statewide Fukushima memorial events in March. Do you have any words you would like to share with us? Thank you!
    Facebook: mamabears.againstnukes

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Please share widely. Thank you. There are world wide events happening the week of March 9-March 15 to remember the third anniversary of Fukushima, March 11, 2011. The weekly vigil, ON BEHALF OF PLANET EARTH, at the Japanese Consulate in Boston will be doing a special vigil to remember the 3rd anniversary of Fukushima. We will have special signs and/or banners and we will leaflet. We will invite a large range of people and groups. This special vigil will be on Thursday, March 13th, 8:15AM – 9:15AM, which is the regular day and time of our weekly vigil and we will be at our regular place. Please, join us, at 600 Atlantic Ave, corner of Summer Street, at South Station (take the Red Line). The Consulate is on the 22nd floor of the Federal Reserve Building. Please contact convener Sheila Parks at 617 744 60two0 for more information.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    I'll email you my Facebook page . Also getting word out to stage a larger event our area . I have the fuku elves working on it now .
    Any ideas about speakers from our area ? We have a month .

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    I hear that bridges are being taken over across the world too .
    That's on the bigger end though and would require a permit
    Ther are many that would hook on to this
    I'm on many mailing lists , started posting for a planning meeting
    Just have to find a site
    Like I said Harvard square democracy center I'm checking for availability today
    The UU church too and that won't cost a dime .
    I have elves to do guerrilla posting
    And will do a twitter tag
    All day..every day…every day …a fuku day…

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Bo watch this
    These guys are so cool and they would show up if we can get a large event going
    Gotta check the schedule

    Thousand Island at the HONK! Fest with the OB7 – YouTube
    Sent from my F-iPad

  • Mack Mack

    San Francisco CA
    February 11, 2014
    Defend The Children And People Of Fukushima-Don't Restart The Nuke Plants
    3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
    50 Fremont St./Mission St.
    San Franciso, California
    More details:

  • Mack Mack

    April 2, 2014 @ 7:30 pm
    Queen Elizabeth Hall-London
    The South Bank Centre
    Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London
    Learn more here:

    From the website:

    "This is a two week project, culminating in a concert on a world-famous stage,is a very special chance for a group of young people who have suffered all the problems and dangers of Fukushima to show how music is a lifeline to help them survive and thrive. Their courage and determination will touch young musicians and a wider audience in the UK, and inspire the development of further initiatives to provide lasting and much needed support to Fukushima and its musicians through the creative power of music."

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