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Event: Learning from Success: Civil Disobedience & Nuclear Power in the NW

Announcement of program on the the Trojan Decommissioning Alliance particularly and its relationship to Occupy, outreach before and after the internet, and the balance between taking actions outside and within the system.
Trojan Decommissioning Alliance Protesters
Trojan Decommissioning Alliance Protesters
During the national wave of anti-nuclear protests in the 1970s, Oregon's Trojan Decommissioning Alliance (TDA) was the only group to target an operating nuclear plant for non-violent civil disobedience. Claiming headlines both for its demonstrations and its analysis of Trojan's safety and costs, the work of the TDA was complemented by that of the Coalition for Safe Power, which participated in Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensing proceedings.

The Coalition became Northwest Environmental Advocates (NWEA) in the 1980s. Nina Bell has been the Executive Director of NWEA since 1985. She was an organizer with TDA while simultaneously representing the public interest in licensing proceedings for numerous nuclear plants in the region.

At the next free program of History of Social Justice Organizing, Nina Bell, will compare the anti-nuclear movement and Occupy, discuss outreach before and after the internet, and talk about the balance between taking actions outside and within the system. A q&a will follow Bell's talk.

Tuesday, May 22, 7pm at Peace House, 2116 NE 18th Ave. on the corner of NE Tillamook, 4 blocks north of Broadway, an easy walk NE from the Lloyd Center Max station (still a free ride from downtown) and 3 blocks from bus #8, 4 blocks from bus # 9

History of Social Justice Organizing is an ongoing series of presentations by activists and scholars on a wide variety of social justice organizing both in Portland and elsewhere. A program of Occupy History and Our School.

Past program are posted on You Tube. Find links to the full presentations at  http://occupyhistory.us/node/13

Find upcoming programs at historyofsocialjustice.wordpress.com  info@occupyhistory.us occupyhistory.us ourschoolportland.org www.facebook.com/historyofsocialjustice Twitter: @OWS_Historians

homepage: homepage: http://occupyyhistory.us

Video: Civil Disobedience & Nuclear Power in the NW 04.Jun.2012 12:19

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The link was posted on Occupy Historys page here:  http://occupyhistory.us/node/39