Where: Turning Point School, 8780 National Blvd., Culver City CA 90232
When: Thursday, March 7th at 7:30pm
Dr. Helen Caldicott is a great hero in the environmental, peace and justice movements. She is considered to be the single most articulate and passionate advocate of citizen action as a response to the ongoing nuclear and environmental crises. As co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility, an organization of 23,000 doctors worldwide committed to educating their colleagues about the dangers of nuclear power, nuclear weapons and nuclear war, she has strengthened the intellectual, scientific and political influence of the cause.
Dr. Caldicott’s lecture is titled “Medical Consequences of Fukushima and their relevance to America.”
Public transportation: Turning Point School is located adjacent to the Culver City Expo Line stop.
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What: Update on Fukushima Where: L.A. Eco-Village (directions) When: Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 8 pm
Yastel Yamada, founder of the Skilled Veterans Corps for Fukushima gives a talk on the current crisis in Fukushima and the challenges to us all. The Skilled Veterans Corps are skilled elderly people prepared to give their lives to the clean-up effort.
Yastel and his associate “Tak” Okamoto are in the U. S. to promote this controversial, yet courageous proposal. Essentially, the SVCF is calling on the Japanese government and the Tokyo Energy Power Company (TEPCO), owners of the dangerously crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, to permit retired, senior citizens with technical experience and know-how to be allowed immediately to contribute to the clean-up efforts at the plant, effectively putting their lives on the front lines in the battle to contain this unfolding disaster.
In addition, the distinguished gentlemen from the SVCF are calling for the TEPCO to relinquish its leadership role in the crisis clean-up and turn the project over to an “International Inspection Team” with a “centralized and unified Project Management”. The members of the SVCF argue that the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant is too great for one corporation, with their fiduciary responsibilities to their shareholders, to protect the nation and the world from the real and potential dangers.
With Southern California Edison still planning to re-open San Onefre, we still have much work to do to prevent such a potentially disastrous energy direction.
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