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Sunday, September 27, 2015 from 1-3pm
Harvey Wasserman will present “Making Michigan Nuke-Free and Frack-Free: Getting to Solartopia” at the Ecology Center in downtown Ann Arbor. This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsors include the Alliance to Halt Fermi 3, the Ecology Center, the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice, and Public Citizens of Washtenaw. Light refreshments will be served, and donations will be accepted. Harvey Wasserman, a historian and advisor to Greenpeace USA, has been a leading visionary of the anti-nuclear power movement since the 1970s. He also created the vision of Solartopia, a democratic and socially just green-powered Earth free of all fossil and nuclear fuels. Harvey graduated from the University of Michigan in 1967 and was editor of the Michigan Daily. He helped found the legendary anti-war Liberation News Service. He has written more than ten books, and edits NukeFree.org which posts cutting-edge articles on nuclear power and green energy. Convenient parking is available at the Liberty Square Parking...
Monday, February 17, 2014 from 6-7:30pm
Nuclear Power: What You Need to Know about Price, Pollution and Proliferation Speaker: Alfred Meyer is a social activist who serves on the board of directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), and Co-Chairs the Radiation and Health Committee. Based in Washington, D.C., PSR is a U.S. non-profit organization that advocates for the public health by addressing policies regarding nuclear weapons, nuclear power, nuclear waste, climate change and toxic chemicals. Mr. Meyer is active in New York City, networking PSR with other groups and efforts regarding the ongoing nuclear disaster at Fukushima Dai-ichi in Japan, the United Nations’ response to Fukushima, and efforts to close the nearby reactors at Entergy’s Indian Point nuclear power plant on the Hudson. Additionally, Mr. Meyer is Past-President and Secretary of the board of Friends of Chernobyl Centers U.S., which works with Chernobyl Centers for Psycho-Social Rehabilitation in five Ukrainian communities greatly affected by the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, that began on April 26,1986. He has visited the community centers and the reactor site in Ukraine. He has also been the Program Director for the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability in Washington DC, Executive Director of PSR Wisconsin, and Chair of the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice. Sponsors: Beyond Nuclear is honored and privileged to coordinate the tour, as well as co-sponsor it alongside such allies as: WMU Lee Honors College; WMU Environmental Studies program; WMU Institute of Government and Politics; Michigan Safe Energy Future (both Kalamazoo and South Haven chapters); Don’t Waste Michigan; PSR Michigan Chapter; Alliance to Halt Fermi 3; and Coalition for a Nuclear-Free Great Lakes.