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