An anti-nuclear activist, journalist and organizer will be in Watertown to discuss the nuclear power plant in Plymouth and the potential dangers of nuclear power.
The following announcement was sent out by the event organizer:
ON BEHALF OF PLANET EARTH is sponsoring a public forum in Watertown by notable long time no nuclear journalist, activist, organizer Harvey Wasserman.
WHEN: Friday, August 14, 6-9:30 p.m.
WHERE: The Apartments at the Coolidge School Auditorium, 319 Arlington St., Watertown MA 02472
6 p.m. Doors open for Potluck dinner
7:30 p.m. Will open the discussion which will include: Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth, MA, (same model as Fukushima, Japan), Radioactive Waste and why the nuclear power crisis is as dangerous as the climate crisis. Followed by Q&A.
Betty Wood M.D. Janis Mancini R.N. Judy Lynch R.N. Pilgrim Coalition, Cornelia Sullivan R.N. Cape Downwinders, No Boston 2024, Pax Christi Boston, MA Downwinders, Cape Cod Bay Watch and Reb Lea-h Campolo
For more information contact Sheila Parks at: SHEILARUTHPARKS@comcast.net
The Apartments at the Coolidge School is handicap accessible