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Thousands protest ‘bomb trains’ in Albany | Waging Nonviolence

Willie White of Ezra Prentice Homes lifts a fist while marching amongst protesters from across the northeastern United States. (WNV / William Fowler)

Thousands of protesters from across the Northeast came to Albany, New York on Saturday to block a “bomb train” transporting fracked oil and exposing communities along its path to major risks of derailment, oil spillage and explosion. While hundreds risked arrest by standing or sitting on the train tracks in downtown Albany, the only arrests of the day took place ...

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March 28, 1979: Three Mile Island nuclear power plant disaster struck | Nukewatch

A Nukewatch-organized "Walk for a Nuclear-Free Future" 7-mile walk in 2011, from Kewaunee reactor site to Point Beach reactor site to commemorate Chernobyl & Fukushima disasters and promote renewable energy alternatives. Since, the Kewaunee reactor shut & is currently being decommissioned.

Dispatch from War Resister’s League: Never a better moment to hear from Nukewatch, War Resisters League’s longtime friends in anti-nuke struggle, as they continue resisting nuclear power: Greetings from Wisconsin, Nukewatch work to inform the public about nuclear dangers and resist those who perpetuate them in hopes that the terrible story that started at Three Mile Island will never be ...

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