Not THIS again!
NO TROOPS TO IRAQ!
Activists hail San Onofre nuclear
power plant reactor shutdown
Closing of reactors at 40-year-old San Onofre power plant reflects harsh economics facing ageing fleet of US reactor
The Fort Calhoun nuclear reactor in Nebraska was shut down in 2011. Photograph: AP Photo/Nati Harnik
America's nuclear reactor fleet moved deeper into middle-aged crisis on Friday when operators decide to shut down two reactors at the troubled San Onofre power plant in California. READ MORE
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station
In an act of solidarity with Fukushima, Japan on March 11, 2012 a coalition of demonstrators protested outside of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). The station has been shut down for more than 2 months due to safety concerns. The protesters want it dismantled forever. They were joined by Fukushima survivors. Download petitions at CaliforniaNuclearInitiative.com
DON'T RESTART SAN ONOFRE!
San Diego Unified School Board Considers
Resolution on Restart of Defective
San Onofre Nuclear Reactor
SDUSD Board Would Join Several Coastal City Councils in Calling for an Adjudicated License Amendment Hearing by the NRC
Activist wants hearing on nuke plant licensing
SAN DIEGO – Citizens’ Oversight Project activist Raymond Lutz asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Wednesday to hold a formal hearing on changes to Southern California Edison’s license for the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant.
SHUT DOWN SAN ONOFRE
NUCLEAR GENERATING SYSTEM
No Nukes! Stop San Onofre from Restarting!
Is Nuclear Fallout from Japan still Bombarding America?
go to this link and watch the interview about reactor 2!
The THE Mainichi Daily News in Japan is reporting that the Japanese government is actually drawing up plans for the possible evacuation of Tokyo
Anti-War and Disarmament
"Wars are poor chisels for carving out peaceful tomorrows" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Since 1980 the Peace Resource Center has been a consistent voice in the San Diego community, speaking out against violence in all of its forms and providing a voice for peaceful, nonviolent ways to solve interpersonal, community and global problems.