Monday, March 31, 2014

4.5 SF: Remembering the 3 yr anniversary of Fukushima & Regeneration | Mission Arts Performing Project

This MAPP is the dedicated to recognizing the 3 year anniversary of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima Japan.

We stand in solidarity with the Japanese communities and global communities surviving and healing from this 
nuclear disaster.We also raise our voices in opposition to the continuing misuse of nuclear power and
honor the activists, healers and plants working for regeneration and rebirth of our earth and oceans.

Hopes healing and creation
no radiation

MAPP Website:

April 5th MAPP Remembering the 3 yr anniversary of Fukushima & Regeneration! (facebook event page)

4.3 ALAMEDA, CA: Film Screening: Atomic Mom

Film Screening: Atomic Mom - Thursday, April 3rd at 8pm at Rhythmix Cultural Works in Alameda, CA
Directed by M.T. Silvia, Atomic Mom invites viewers to confront American nuclear history in a completely new way … Pauline Silvia, the filmmaker’s mother, was the only female scientist present during atomic detonations in the Nevada desert. After a long silence and prompted by her daughter, she finally reveals grim secrets of working in the U.S. atomic testing program.
In an attempt to reconcile with her own mother’s past, the filmmaker meets Emiko Okada, a Hiroshima survivor trying to resolve her own history in Japan. The film follows these survivors, each on a different end of atomic warfare, as they “meet” through the filmmaking process and, with startling honesty, attempt to understand the other.

Atomic Mom director M.T. Silvia will lead a Q&A following the film.
For further information, please visit: or call: 510.865.5060

4.5 SANTA CRUZ, CA: From Fukushima to the Four Corners: What you need to know about low level ionizing radiation, women, indigenous peoples, and you!

Saturday, April 5 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz, CA

This presentation by one of our MamaBears AgainstNukes will be done by a PhD in history who has studied the history and science of the nuclear age for the last twenty years. All named health effects as well as health protection from exposure are backed by referenced sources. The presentation will include basic radiation history, effects on women and indigenous peoples around the world, and a look at other sea-side areas of the world, like Sellafield and Chernobyl, to see what long-term health effects are possible, especially for those living closest to the beach. We will examine the difference between the radiation harm model championed by the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP), which promotes nuclear energy, and from which all national regulatory frameworks are derived, versus the independent model of radiation harm championed by the European Committee on Radiation Risk (ECRR). What are the largest releases of ionising radiation so far in human history, and how many mortalities are expected to result from each? How can we protect ourselves from the lies or distortions of the nuclear industry (bananas, brazil nuts, X-rays, airplane flights and radon distractions)? How can we best protect ourselves and our families from the bioaccumulation of internalised radionuclildes, if at all? How do we maintain HOPE and its accompaniment, community action, in the face of Fukushima, the worst industrial accident in human history, which is now releasing between 400-17,000 tons of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean, and is expected to go on doing so for at least the next 100 years? Are the nuclear authorities telling the truth when they say the radioactive Fukushima ocean plume now starting to hit the West Coast is nothing to worry about? (Forbes, March 16, 2014)?

We are bringing our Geiger Counter, a PRM9000, and we can show you the difference between uranium ore, current beach sand, and normal background radiation.

MamaBears AgainstNukes started in 1981 as an affinity group of Women for Survival. The Mama Bears Brigade was founded in order to blockade the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant. We emerged from hibernation again after Fukushima! Both presenters coming to Santa Cruz have extensive experience at the women's peace camps of the 1980s (Greenham and Seneca). Our speaker, Wind Euler, has PhD in modern European history, the place and time where the nuclear age began. She helped to organise the first international conference on depleted uranium weapons (UK, 2000), and had the opportunity to learn directly from the late Dr. Rosalie Bertell (No Immediate Danger, 1985), as well as from the indomitable Prof. Chris Busby, one of the most respected scientists in the ECRR.

From Fukushima to the Four Corners: What you need to know about low level ionizing radiation, women, indigenous peoples, and you! (facebook event page)

Saturday, March 29, 2014

4.3 IRVINE, CA: Study on Cancer Risks near Nuclear Power Plants - PUBLIC MEETING

2014-04-03: Study on Cancer Risks near Nuclear Power Plants
Subject: Impt. Public meeting 4/3/14!
National Academy of Sciences' Pilot Planning Study of Cancer Risks in Populations Near Seven Nuclear Facilities:
Public Meeting, April 3, 2014, Irvine, CA
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 12:26:43 -0400
From: Greenleaf, Toni <*****>
Please do NOT respond to this email. Send any emails go CRS@NAS.EDU.
Dear Interested Parties:
The National Academy of Sciences’ (NAS’) Committee tasked with planning the pilot study of Analysis of Cancer Risks in Populations near Nuclear Facilities is scheduled to hold a public meeting at 1:30-4:00 PM on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at the Beckman Center located in Irvine, California. A draft agenda for the public meeting is attached (all times are Pacific).
Members of the public who wish to attend the meeting or view the presentations via WebEx should register here:
Members of the press who wish to attend the meeting should contact Lauren Rugani, media officer, at 202 334 3593 or
Study at a Glance
NAS will perform the pilot study of cancer risks in populations near seven U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S.NRC)-licensed nuclear facilities using two epidemiologic study designs: (i) an ecologic study of multiple cancer types of populations of all ages and (ii) a record-linkage-based case-control study of cancers in children. The pilot study will have two steps: Pilot Planning and Pilot Execution. NAS has started the Pilot Planning step which is estimated to take one year to complete.
The seven nuclear facilities that are part of the pilot study are:
Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Morris, Illinois
Millstone Power Station, Waterford, Connecticut
Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, Forked River
New Jersey Haddam Neck, Haddam Neck, Connecticut
Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant, Charlevoix, Michigan
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, San Clemente, California
Nuclear Fuel Services, Erwin, Tennessee
The study is sponsored by the U.S. NRC. It is a continuation of a previous study that was completed in May 2012. The report from that first study can be found here:
The National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council make up the National Academies. They are independent, nonprofit institutions that provide science, technology, and health policy advice under an 1863 congressional charter. Panel members, who serve pro bono as volunteers, are chosen by the Academies for each study based on their expertise and experience and must satisfy the Academies' conflict-of-interest standards. The resulting consensus reports undergo external peer review before completion. For more information, visit
Please direct comments and questions to the project email:
If you are member of the press and have questions regarding this message, please contact Lauren Rugani, media officer, at 202 334 3593 or
Please do NOT respond to this email. Send any emails go CRS@NAS.EDU.
Ourania (Rania) Kosti, Ph.D.
Senior Program Officer
Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board
The National Academies
phone: 202 334 3066
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Toni Greenleaf
Administrative/Financial Associate
Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board
Fax: 202/334-3077

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Nuclear Power: Their Profits, Our Risks | Fairewinds Energy Education

During the three long and frightening years since the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi, the world has heard less and less about this manmade disaster. Money, power, and engineering hubris were put ahead of the lives and health of the people of Japan and the northern hemisphere as radiation releases continue to leave the site and migrate into the environment. This catastrophe is the world's worst industrial disaster. Decommissioning and dismantling the reactors will take decades and complete cleanup is at least a century away ~ if ever. In this film Fairewinds Energy Education's Arnie Gundersen gives an update on the state of Fukushima Daiichi three years later.

Fukushima Book - The Story of a Nuclear Disaster (2014) | Union of Concerned Scientists

'Fukushima' sounds warning on nuclear energy

A clear-eyed overview of the nuclear industry and the Japanese disaster doesn't split hairs over the risk: It can happen here. - LA Times

Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster is a definitive, scientific retelling of what happened at Fukushima—and an urgent reminder that U.S. nuclear power isn’t as safe as it could and should be.

Written by nuclear experts in compulsively readable detail, this book takes a moment-by-moment look at what went wrong at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant.
The book draws on firsthand accounts, as well as detailed technical records and media coverage, to recreate the events preceding, during, and after the meltdowns of three of Fukushima’s nuclear reactors.
The authors also address whether or not a Fukushima-scale nuclear disaster could happen in the United States—with sobering (but actionable) conclusions.

more / purchase: Fukushima Book - The Story of a Nuclear Disaster (2014) | Union of Concerned Scientists

Sunday, March 9, 2014


Open as FULL PAGE: FUK 3 Event Calendar

LIST VIEW at Upcoming Events | Radiation Truth
other places where this is found and can be viewed on a larger page -
Fukushima Emergency what can we do?: International 3rd Aniversary of Fukushima Event Calendar
What are your plans for FUKU 3? | Fukushima Is Here
Calendar | Coalition Against Nukes

We create this page so that everyone may add the events that they organizing in their own country or city for this coming Fukushima 3rd Anniversary.
The events can be any days before or after March 11th or on March 11th.

NORTH AMERICA CALENDAR: <iframe src="" style="border: 0" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

see also

> 3.11 Fukushima Meltdowns Third Anniversary Events and Actions Complete Listing

Saturday, March 8, 2014

EPA: Should 1977 radiation standards be revised? Comments needed

EPA: Should 1977 radiation standards be revised? Comments needed

The EPA is considering revising its limits for radiation releases and doses to the public from normal operation of nuclear power and other uranium facilities. In the Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR), EPA makes clear that it is not proposing any changes currently but is gathering information and comments. It is hosting a series of informational webinars (scroll to bottom), the next of which is March 19, 2014 at 1pm EST (click to register). Scroll down for full webinar announcement from EPA. Watch this page for reminders, updates, and comments as they become available.
From EPA: "'Environmental Radiation Protection Standards for Nuclear Power Operations' (40 CFR 190). limit radiation releases and doses to the public from the normal operations of nuclear power plants and other uranium fuel cycle facilities, the facilities involved in the manufacture and use of uranium fuel for generating electrical power. Advancements in the scientific understanding of radiation risk and new nuclear technologies and practices have ledEPA to consider whether to revise the standards. EPA has issued this ANPR to request information to support our review. No changes to the current standards are being proposed at this time."

Environmental Radiation Protection Standards for Nuclear Power Operations

---- This Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) requests public comment and information on potential approaches to updating the Environmental Protection Agency's “Environmental Radiation Protection Standards for Nuclear Power Operations” (40 CFR part 190). These standards, originally issued in 1977, limit radiation releases and doses to the public from normal operation of nuclear power plants and other uranium fuel cycle facilities—that is, facilities involved in the milling, conversion, fabrication, use and reprocessing of uranium fuel for generating commercial electrical power. These standards were the earliest radiation rules developed by EPA and are based on nuclear power technology and the understanding of radiation biology current at that time. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is responsible for implementing and enforcing these standards.


Comments must be received on or before June 4, 2014.
Additional Public Input. In addition to this ANPR, the Agency anticipates providing additional opportunities for public input. Please see the Web site for more information at: - Proposed Rule Document

Thursday, March 6, 2014

3.11 Fukushima Meltdowns Third Anniversary Events and Actions Complete Listing

International Events Listing for 3.11 Third Anniversary March 2014

The meltdowns at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station occurred three years ago on March 11, 2011 (and the next few days thereafter).  For three years TEPCO has been bungling the remediation effort while the life and health of everyone on this planet has been seriously threatened by the uncontained release of radiation, especially in Japan. And it's going to go on for decades, if not centuries more.  Right now Daiichi is in a state of collapse from every angle: infrastructure weakened, manpower shortages, cooling systems deteriorating, lethally radioactive water storage leaks, contaminated groundwater rising to the surface, electrical systems highly vulnerable, all of this at risk of a major earthquake taking it out entirely.

In spite of all this, the PM is energetically pushing nuclear technology to India, Korea, Turkey and Vietnam. Japan's new Secrecy Law could make it a crime to investigate nuclear issues; and the harassment and jailing of Japanese anti-nuclear activists must stop!

Tepco's poisoning of the Pacific is studied the world over except for the U.S. and Japan. Most of us have no illusion that the water is safe and that the marine products are safe. We're giving up fish- BUT WE'RE NOT GIVING UP THE FIGHT TO FIX FUKUSHIMA and EVACUATE THE CHILDREN!!

We are taking to the streets to demand actionNot weak assurances of safety or outright lies. We want results. Here are a selection of events planned for 3.11 2014 that will bring your voice to the fore, that will let your concerns be heard, that will strengthen your heart, and your resolve.  There's no turning back; Fukushima is Here.

> 3.11 Fukushima Meltdowns Third Anniversary Events and Actions Complete Listing

see also

whats up: FUKU 3 Event Calendar :: 3rd YEAR ANNIVERSARY EVENTS WORLDWIDE

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

3.4-7 Schmitten/Arnoldshain GERMANY: Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts

 At this specialist consultation doctors from Germany , America, Belarus and other countries will share findings about the diseases as a result of the nuclear disaster by Chernobyl and Fukushima and discuss ways of medical treatment. This event is organized in cooperation of the Centre ecumenism EKHN with the German Section of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War , Physicians for Social Responsibility Association ( IPPNW / PSR) .

The speakers will be translated into german & english & japanese!

No nuclear shills allowed. Real Science, No BEIR, no WHO, no IAEA, no UNSCEAR, no BEIR folk. No Kan, no NRC. Just real experts, with 20+ years Chernobyl field experience. Fighting official rule, for the truth.

SIGN! March 4th – 7th 2014: Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts

Monday, March 3, 2014

3.10 NYC: Global Health and Environment in the Post-2015 Agenda: Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident

March 10, 2014
New York City, New York
CONTACT: Human Rights Now NY,
Physicians for Social Responsibility, Alfred Meyer, 202-215-8208 
Global Health and Environment in the Post-2015 Agenda: Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident 
March 10, Monday, 4:30PM to 6PM,
at Ballroom 1 of the Armenian Convention Center, 630 Second Ave, NYC.
Human Rights Now, Physicians for Social Responsibility
& Women in Europe for a Common Future present:
WHAT:  Almost three years have passed since March 11, 2011, when the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami caused structural damage to the TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, resulting in a massive leakage of radioactive materials into the environment. Today, the TEPCO still does not know how to stop the ongoing radioactive leaks from its facilities. Residents are entitled to live in a safe and healthy environment, however, sufficient protective measures and supports are not provided in contaminated areas, and the rights to access to medical treatment and to know about one’s own body have been seriously denied.
Similar nuclear disasters could happen again so long as we have nuclear power plants, nuclear facilities and nuclear weapons.  The Fukushima nuclear accident teaches us that nuclear energy is not sustainable, and that such a disaster cannot respect the environment or the right to health of the most vulnerable. Furthermore, we have learned that contamination from a nuclear disaster can affect beyond national borders, yet we do not have an international framework on the accountability of private companies, which are responsible for nuclear accidents. The international community also needs to continue to discuss the possible long-term health risks associated with low dose radiation exposure, and implement an effective international coordination and response system, to minimize the consequences of nuclear accidents.
A human rights expert from Japan, an environmental and women’s activist from Europe, and a physician/health expert on radiation and nuclear related issues from the U.S. will speak about how to protect environment and health of women and girls from radiation exposure, and the importance of implementing lessons learnt from the Fukushima nuclear accident in a discussion on global health and environment as part of the Post-2015 Agenda. Q&A session will follow the presentations.
WHERE: Armenian Convention Center, Ballroom 1, 630 Second Ave, New York, NY 10016 (35th Street & Second Ave.)
WHEN: Monday, March 10, 2014, from 4:30PM to 6PM
WHO: Dr. Andrew S. Kanter, Physicians for Social Responsibility, USA
Ms. Sascha Gabizon, Women in Europe for a Common Future, Europe
Kazuko Ito, Esq., Human Rights Now, Japan
Please pre-register at:
Open to public. Admission is free. No UN pass is required.
Dr. Andrew S. Kanter, MD, MPH, Past President of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) US, and Co-Regional Vice President of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), has studied radioactive plume projections from nuclear reactor accident scenarios and other public health impacts of nuclear radiation dispersion. He is the former director of Health Information Systems/Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project for the Earth Institute at Columbia University. He is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at the Earth Institute, Columbia University. He will discuss the PSR/IPPNW critique of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) report on Fukushima ( as well as radiation related health issues.

Ms. Sascha Gabizon, Executive Director of Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF). She recently co-authored, “4e: Unsustainable Energy  - nuclear energy: women and men’s different health risks from nuclear radiation,” which could be found on pages 46-51 of the following report:
Kazuko Ito, Esq., Secretary General of Human Rights Now (HRN), a Japan based international human rights NGO with ECOSOC status. She also serves as a member of the UN Women Regional Civil Society Advisory Group (Asia Pacific), and past chair of the Gender Equality Committee of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations. As a part of the HRN activity, she recently participated in fact-finding missions to Fukushima in December 2013 and February 2014. She played an important role in coordinating meetings of Mr. Anand Grover (UN Special Rapporteur on right to health) with Japanese civil societies and evacuees affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident, during Mr. Grover's visit to Japan in November 2012.
HUMAN RIGHTS NOW: Human Rights Now (HRN), an international NGO in consultative status with the ECOSOC, is based in Tokyo with several hundreds of members composed of lawyers, scholars, journalists and concerned citizens. In July 2011, on behalf of a coalition of civil society groups in Japan, Human Rights Now requested the Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) for a Special Rapporteur to investigate the human rights situation after the disaster. In response to the request, Mr. Anand Grover, the Special Rapporteur on the right to health, visited Japan in November 2012. In December 2012, HRN submitted a joint statement, endorsed by more than 70 civil societies in Japan and worldwide, urging the IAEA and the Japanese government to take a rights-based approach in response to the nuclear disaster based on the preliminary findings and recommendations issued by Mr. Grover in November. To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident, HRN NY has organized human rights seminars and a press conference to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis. (
WOMEN IN EUROPE FOR A COMMON FUTURE: Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF), an international network of over 100 women’s, environmental and health organizations implementing projects in 40 countries and advocating globally for a healthy environment for all. WECF promotes a switch away from fossil fuels and nuclear energy towards sustainable and decentralized alternatives. It was officially registered as a foundation in 1994 in the Netherlands following an initiative of European women at the Rio 1992 Earth Summit, to work together for sustainable development and to give a voice and organization to the "Women Major Group" of Rio Agenda 21. Our project work brings safe ecological solutions to local problems in the areas of chemicals, sanitation, energy and food production. Our policy work at national, European, UN and international level brings women’s perspectives to policymakers. We enable women and men to participate at local and global levels in policy processes for sustainable development. WECF implements solutions locally and influences policy internationally. (
PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), the U.S. affiliate of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) advocates for sound public health policies regarding exposure to radioactive and other toxic materials. PSR is the medical and public health voice working to prevent the use of and to abolish nuclear weapons, to promote safe, non-nuclear energy, and to slow, stop and reverse global warming and the toxic degradation of the environment. Fukushima presents an immediate challenge to protect those individuals most endangered by exposure to dangerous levels of radioactivity, and to adequately and openly track the health consequences of the ongoing irradiation of populations. PSR was founded in 1961 and was instrumental in achieving the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty that ended the global radioactive contamination produced by atmospheric nuclear bomb testing. PSR shared in the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), for building public pressure to push their governments to end the nuclear arms race. (
Please refer to the more detailed full-version commentary

Global Health and Environment in the Post-2015 Agenda: Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident

Saturday, March 1, 2014

311 Coordinated Action @ All Japanese Consulate Across the US

Dear People against Nukes.

First of all, thank you for showing interests in coordinated action! Not only us, but we on Earth appreciate your care and action! We are hoping to continue this coalition!

Please do not forget to make sure if your action is listed on our calendar:

We are asking everyone all over the world to assemble in front of your nearest Japanese Consulate to protest the ongoing denial of responsibility by TEPCO and Japan's government. We also ask you to write a letter to the Japanese Prime Minister, His Excellency Shinzo Abe. It should also be addressed to the General Consul of the city you are in, and it must end with the name and address of the (a) writer, in order to be delivered to Tokyo. If these conditions are met, they are required to deliver it to the PM in Tokyo. Only one name is needed on the letter, which means you can carry out a one-person action if you can't find anyone else to go with you! If any Japanese are involved in these actions, we ask them to please translate the letter into Japanese as well; if it's not possible, an English letter will do. It would be best to have two copies of each letter (and of course a copy for the world; send them here!), one for the PM and one for the General Consul. For those of you in the U.S., here's a map of all the Japan Consulate locations:

It's best to call ahead of the day of protest to request that the Consul (or his/her deputy) come down to meet you and receive the letter. Read the letter out loud to the Consul and make sure to videotape and/or photograph it. Try to get a sign indicating the location (Consulate) in your photos; they won't allow you to photograph inside the building front doors.

No Nukes Action will seek to link these events up with live streaming on the Independent Web Journal (IWJ) (They've live-streamed the Tokyo demos and the Oi anti-restart protests, among many other things). We are going to archive all letters and videos if you send us copies, but in any case spread them far and wide. And definitely let the people of Japan know what you're doing!

We, No Nukes Action Committee in SF Bay area, have been presenting the letters to PM on the 11th day of every month, and 3/11/14 will be our 20th action rally and the presentation of demands/petition letter. So far ,the consul of SF have promised to deliver the letter to Tokyo each time.
We want people around all 17 Japanese Consulates to hand the demand/petition letters to the consuls on the same day of 3/11/14. This will be the synchronized action in USA (and the world).
This site shows the locations of J. Consulate.

In our San Francisco letter, we would like to mention a few points about the 3/11 action.

1) The letter should be addressed to Abe PM (and the General Consul of the city), in order for this letter to be delivered to Tokyo.
2) If Japanese people are involved in an action at some area, it would be nice if a Japanese person translated the letter into Japanese,
and present both letters to the Consul. If that's not possible then only the English letter will do.
It is nice somebody reads the letter loud before hand it.
3) The time on 3/11 that we deliver the letter does not need to be coordinated, I think. Any convenient time at each location is sufficient.
4) To make sure the event is recorded, people should photograph and/or tape any action. It is impossible to take a photo inside the consulate, so people should ask the General Consul or one of consuls to come outside to receive the letter. In order to do this, people should call the Consul and ask them in advance.
If the consul won't come down, then people should take the photograph of people's action with the sign or the building of Japanese Consulate at least.
5) According to Japanese law, in order to submit a letter, there needs to be at least one name and his/her address.

On the thread, you will find our sample lettersFeb 14th action, which we hope to be helpful for you.
Also, we have a Japanese-version letter. If you were interested in submitting, please ask Umi Tsoonoleh Hagitani ( before March 4th, so she would be able to help you edit unless it is too long.

Lastly, We will send you another note after March 11th, but in Berkeley, will have a report back in April from members who are currently in Fukushima, as well as action report backs including yours. It would be helpful if you could send your pictures and letters, so we could build on our movement.
Feel free to tag us (if you tag this event, Umi or No Nukes Action Committee that would be very easy) on Facebook to.

311 Coordinated Action @ All Japanese Consulate Across the US (facebook)

3.11 Third Anniversary of Fukushima Nuclear Accident Events and Actions Worldwide