Category Archives: Nuclear Abolition

Vermont Yankee Nuclear Reactor to Close

(Editor’s Note: One-by-one aging nuclear power plants are being shuttered, partly due to the work of anti-nuclear power advocates, but mostly because the economics of boiling water with a nuclear chain reaction don’t work for businesses. This story by Terri … Continue reading

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Call in Today on Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Reactor

Nebraskans and Iowans Please call in Tuesday, Aug. 27, from 1:30 until 4 p.m. CDT to listen and speak at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission meeting with Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) to oppose the restart and call for a License … Continue reading

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Iowa's Campaign to Stop Nuclear Power

Nuclear Neighborhoods: 11,000 Generations Prepared remarks delivered by Paul Deaton at the Iowa City Public Library on the 68th Anniversary of Hiroshima, Aug. 6, 2013. Thank you Maureen McCue for the kind introduction. I want to recognize some of our … Continue reading

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The Cellist

We are entering a time warp it’s August sixth We are now time travelling runneling throuth tunnels of time Until we arrive at that terrible day August Sixth, nineteen forty five bombing a complete civilian population into oblivion people who … Continue reading

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Hiroshima Day 2013 Events

“Nuclear weapons are bad for human beings and other living creatures. We should never again detonate such a weapon.“ Monday, Aug. 5 Hiroshima/Nagasaki Observance Program organized by Dubuque Peace and Justice, Dubuque. 6 until 6:30 p.m. at the corner of … Continue reading

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Nuclear Neighborhoods: 11,000 Generations

For Iowans, August is a month to remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It is also the perfect time to consider the current realities of an increasingly costly and dangerous global nuclear arsenal- something about which the world seems blithely unaware. To … Continue reading

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