With nuclear power back on the agenda, three prominent female activists tell their stories: Kaori Izumi was part of the grassroots campaign to shutdown Japan’s nuclear power plants, after the Fukushima disaster. Winona LaDuke, has spent much of her life working to oppose uranium mining on indigenous land. And Alice Slater is part of a global initiative to ban nuclear weapons. On this edition, is the anti-nuclear movement on the rise? This is a special collaboration with Lynn Feinerman and Crown Sephira Productions.
Kaori Izumi, Japanese anti-nuclear activist, Winona LaDuke, Ojibwe activist, Alice Slater, Abolition2000 founder.
For More Information:
Women Rising Radio
White Earth Land Recovery Project
Honor the Earth
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Fukushima reactor 4 requires urgent intervention; coalition calls for emergency UN action to halt catastrophic release of radiation
Japanese Fukushima Eye-Witnesses Challenge Capitol Hill Lawmakers and US Regulators to Stop Promotion of Nuclear Power
Indian Point Community Teach-in at SUNY-Purchase
Winona LaDuke on the Colbert Report
Alice Slater: Sustainable Energy Will Bring Peace on Earth, 3-21-12
The Folly of Mindless Science
Alicia Keys, “Nihon311” (Japanese re-versioning of Empire State of Mind)
Ian Campbell Folk Group, “The Sun is Burning”
Buffy Sainte-Marie, “Up Where We Belong”