Mobilizing a global effort to deal with the ongoing nuclear catastrophe in Japan

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First indication of a big problem:
Explosions (caught on video as shown in photo above) rocked the facility's reactors soon after the earthquake/tsunami in March 2011.

This was the first visible instance of the release of a still-unknown amount of radiation into the environment.  Since that time radiation has been continuously released into the air, groundwater, and sea in ever-increasing amounts.

Quarterly General Meeting 
(usually 2nd Thursday) 
Redwood Café, (Downtown Cotati) 
8240 Old Redwood Hwy, Cotati, CA 94931
Please send an email to info@FukushimaResponse.org to be updated on next scheduled meeting 


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FukushimaResponse is a regional network (Northern California) of concerned individuals working together to disseminate information in order to spur local and global demands for action in response to the immediate threat of catastrophic global radiation contamination emanating from the devastated Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.

FukushimaResponders” are mobilizing horizontally — to call for an immediate international intervention to avert an even greater global catastrophe. In this urgent campaign, we demand that the United States initiate and contribute to a global effort to insist that Fukushima be more effectively stabilized — that radioactive releases and plumes be carefully monitored — and that unlimited resources be provided to stop the continued release of huge amounts of radioactive water into the ocean!


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FukushimaResponse is committed to nonviolence as a daily practice and eternal strategy.

We do not condone, support, or participate in acts of physical violence, emotional abuse or property destruction.

Genuine solidarity with the Japanese people arises from a shared respect for all life.

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Our campaign to declare Fukushima a new “Level 8” nuclear disaster 
and require an international response.