12.10 PORTLAND, OR: No Nukes NW Public Forum on Nuclear Madness ---Fukushima, Hanford, Columbia Generating Station
Purpose: For the public to have an opportunity to ask questions to a stellar panel about Fukushima, Hanford, CGS and in turn, receive truthful answers to some very deep problems. Why: So people can truly become informed on how radiation is affecting us in the NW from Fukushima, Hanford and CGS. The media is mostly misinformed and provides, if anything, very little accurate info to the public. In turn, the public has almost no idea regarding what is happening to us in our daily lives due to the radiation in our environment.
There will be a geiger counter demonstration following the event. If you have geiger counters, please bring them.
Mimi German (RadCast)—Spokesperson for RadCast bringing real time information about radiation in our environment to the people 24/7. RadCast can be seen on the Thom Hartmann News Show M-F and heard on KBOO M-F during the News at 5pm.
Lloyd Marbett (Fukushima)—Founder of the Oregon Conservancy Foundation and a key link to decommissioning the Trojan Nuclear Power Plant. A devoted environmentalist for Oregon and for all living things.
John Bertucci (Fukushima Response Team) --Filmmaker and co-creator of Fukushima Is Here event in San Francisco.
Leslie March (Waste Confidence: Long Term Waste Storage)—A Founder of the Sierra Club Nuclear Free Campaign
Chuck Johnson (Columbia Generating Station)—Director of Joint Nuclear Power Task Force for OR/WA Physicians for Social Responsibility
Dan Serres (Hanford)—Conservation Director for Columbia Riverkeeper and member of the Hanford Advisory Board. He is an advocate for a thorough cleanup of the Hanford Site.
Kriyanna Feyalove—Moderator. Wife & Mother. Co-founder, Guide, and Healer with Divine Radiant Lotus and Make Love to the Mystery School. Ombudsman for Village Free School. Kin Council member.
Note: We would like to thank David Delk of the Alliance for Democracy and the Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church for organizing the space for us tonight. Thank you very much!
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"Nuclear power is a hell of a way
to boil water!"