NO NUKES ACTIONS NYC 2014: Fukushima to Indian Point – We’re All Connected

Tuesday March 11th, 2014  3:30pm – 5:30pm

Location: The Consulate of Japan, NY

299 Park Avenue (@49th Street) New York, NY

Subway: 6 train to 51st Street, E/M trains to Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street

3:30pm Demonstration

4:00pm Letter Delivery to the Japanese Consulate

4:30pm March to Times Square

Facebook Event Page

This action is organized with No Nukes Action Committee (Bay Area, CA) in which people will stage a protests at Japanese Embassies & Consulates around the globe.

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One Comment on “3.11”

  1. Nick Thabit says:

    Hi, we at No Nukes Action ( http://nonukesaction.wordpress.com/ ) are asking everyone all over the world to assemble in front of your nearest Japanese Embassy or Consulate to protest the ongoing denial of responsibility by TEPCO and Japan’s government.

    We also ask you to collaborate on a letter to the Japanese Prime Minister, His Excellency Shinzo Abe (also should be addressed to the General Consul of the city you are in to be delivered to Tokyo). If any Japanese are involved in these actions, we ask them to please translate the letter into Japanese as well; if it’s not possible, and English letter will do.
    It would be best to have two copies of each letter (and of course a copy for the world; send them here!), one for the PM and one for the General Consul.
    It’s best to call ahead of the day of protest to request that the Consul (or his/her deputy) come down to meet you and receive the letter. Read the letter out loud to the Consul and make sure to videotape the event and/or photograph it. Try to get a sign indicating the location (Consulate) in your pictures; they don’t allow us to photograph even inside the front doors of the building. No Nukes Action is setting up a website for links to all actions and will seek to link these up with live streaming on an international labor channel. We are going to archive all the letters and videos if you want to send us copies, but in any case spread them far and wide. And definitely let the people of Japan know what you’re doing!

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