Energy and Environment

Remember Fukushima!

When: Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Cambridge Friends Meeting Center • 5 Longfellow Park, off Brattle St. • Harvard Sq T • Cambridge
2012 Mar 6 - 6:00pm
2012 Mar 6 - 9:00pm

Walk for a new springFukushima plant burningOne year after the Nuclear disaster at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Facility the situation is far from under control. Dangerous levels of radioactivity are still being found hundreds of miles from the site of the accident. More than 80,000 people have been forced to leave their homes with little hope of returning. In addition to the incalculable health costs, the decades-long process of clean-up and decontamination of almost 1,000 square miles of land may cost as much as 250 billion dollars with limited prospects for success.

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Protest at Nancy Pelosi's Harvard Speech

When: Friday, November 13, 2009, 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Where: Harvard Kennedy School • 79 JFK St. • Littauer Hall • Cambridge
2009 Nov 13 - 4:30pm
2009 Nov 13 - 7:00pm

Speaker Pelosi:

No Escalation in Afghanistan!

Bring the Troops Home Now!

Support Single Payer Health Care!

Stop CO2 Pollution –350 by 2020!


Protest House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Friday, November 13,   4:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Harvard U., JFK School, Littauer Bldg.
79 John F. Kennedy St., Cambridge
The Democrats won a majority in the House of
Representatives in 2006 on a popular mandate to bring the troops home and stop selling America to corporate interests. As Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi sets priorities for Congress.
There is no military solution in Afghanistan.   The more U.S. troops that are sent to prop up the corrupt regime, the harder it will be to make peace. But under Speaker Pelosi’s leadership, Congress continues to support war and occupation. Congress must cut off the funds to bring all our troops home from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq.  
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Festival for a Nuclear-Free Future

When: Saturday, July 16, 2011, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Where: Copley Square • Boston
2011 Jul 16 - 2:00pm
2011 Jul 16 - 5:00pm

Festival for a Nuclear-Free FutureConcerned that U.S. nuclear plants are subject to safety risks similar to those that caused the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, and aware of the ongoing dangers of nuclear proliferation and nuclear war, a coalition of Boston area peace, environmental, and religious groups have joined forces to sponsor a Festival for a Nuclear-Free Future this month in Boston.

The free festival will present information on nuclear power safety and the risks of nuclear weapons in a fun, family-friendly way.

Musicians and dancers slated to perform include rockers Public Interest, Japanese style drummers Rutsubo Taiko, folk singer John Loretz, and a show choir from Showa Boston Institute.

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