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India has long suppressed antinuclear activism. Still, activists persist. via Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

By Urvashi Sarkar | December 17, 2021 In Southeast India, in the dense interior of the Nallamala Hills, deciduous trees, shrubs, and brambles sprawl over the undulating land of the Amrabad Tiger sanctuary. Here, 14 tigers  prowl the jungle with boars, sloth bears, and … Continue reading

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“Non-violent creative tumult” via Beyond Nuclear

Film documents long campaign to get Vermont Yankee shut down Power Struggle is available for at home screening for a limited time, March 1-30. A portion of the $12 ticket price benefits Beyond Nuclear. Purchase your ticket here. By Linda Pentz … Continue reading

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French Greenpeace activists in court for breaking into nuclear plant via DW

[… Eight activists and the head of Greenpeace in France were in court on Wednesday for forcefully entering a nuclear power station in the village of Cattenom last October. A court in the eastern town of Thionville accuses the eight defendants … Continue reading

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Stop Republic TV from hurting me and my family: Anti-nuclear activist SP Udayakumar writes to Press Council via The Indian Express

Anti-nuclear activist S P Udayakumar, known for his protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant project, on Thursday wrote a letter to Press Council of India chairman Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad raising allegations of harassment against news channel Republic TV. … Continue reading

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Anti-Nuclear Bomb Activists Arrested at U.S. Mission to U.N. via Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – More than a dozen activists were arrested for disorderly conduct after they blocked the entrances to the United States mission to the United Nations on Monday to protest Washington’s decision to boycott negotiations on a nuclear … Continue reading

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A pensioner who single-handedly stopped a nuclear convoy by sitting in the middle of the road has arrived at court via Metro

Brian Quail, 78, appeared at court in Dumbarton, yesterday charged with breach of the peace. […] The retired classics teacher has 14 previous convictions for similar offences and has been in jail for failing to pay his fine five times. … Continue reading

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SF Japan Consulate Speak-Out Stop Restarting Japan’s Nuclear Reactors-Evacuate Children via No-Nukes Action Committee

1/11 SF Japan Consulate Speak-Out Stop Restarting Japan’s Nuclear Reactors Evacuate Children and Families From Fukushima Wednesday January 11, 2017 3:00 PM San Francisco Japanese Consulate 275 Battery St./California St. San Francisco On Wednesday January 11, 2017, there will be … Continue reading

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Kudankulam nuclear plant row: Protesters live under the shadow of sedition via Hindustan Times

[…] More than 6,000 of 10,000 inhabitants of southern Tamil Nadu’s Idinthakari village live in the shadow of sedition. Many say their only crime was living in the epicentre of the massive popular protests against the Kudankulam nuclear power plant … Continue reading

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Activists protest nuclear weapons on anniversary of bombings via The Boston Globe

ARLINGTON — Braving heavy humidity and a light rain, anti-war activists gathered in the town center Saturday morning to protest nuclear weapons and commemorate the 71st anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. About 10 activists held signs … Continue reading

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Protesters Blockade Planned Pipeline Site Near Nuclear Plant Outside NYC via EcoWatch

In Peekskill, New York, just about an hour north of New York City, residents have launched a blockade in efforts to stop the construction of a gas pipeline slated to run only hundreds of feet from the aging Indian Point … Continue reading

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