No Nukes Vigil to Honor of Japan, Mark Three Mile Island Anniversary, Tonight in Westwood
It feels almost like the '70s are back.
Following Japan's nuclear crisis, demonstrators will hold a vigil outside the Westwood Federal Building to urge "a Non-Nuclear Future" for the United States and Japan.
The action marking the thirty-second anniversary of the Three Mile Island disaster happens at ...
... 7 p.m.
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Greenpeace, the organizer, states that demonstrators will "stand with the people of Japan and imagine a world free of nuclear disasters."
Vigils will also be held outside the White House and at San Francisco City Hall.
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