Georgians gather at Shell Bluff to remember Fukushima via Georgia WAND

Several hundred thousand people across the world marched and rallied on or around March 11, 2012, the anniversary of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, Japan. In Georgia, Georgia WAND , along with over 50 friends and members from across Georgia headed to Shell Bluff, Georgia, a community that lies in the shadow of nuclear Plant Vogtle and the Savannah River Site, a nuclear weapons complex. We gathered with the Shell Bluff community to remember the victims of Fukushima , to stand with the Georgians most directly effected by the nuclear industry, and renew our commitment to our work for a nuclear free future.

The first two nuclear reactors built in the U.S. in thirty years have begun being constructed at Plant Vogtle in Shell Bluff. […]

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1 Response to Georgians gather at Shell Bluff to remember Fukushima via Georgia WAND

  1. norma field says:

    Bobbie Paul, speaker at the upcoming Symposium, “Atomic Age II: Fukushima” is executive director of Georgia WAND.

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