About nonviolent resistance from Seabrook to Vermont Yankee
Gewaltfreier Antinuklearer Widerstand von Seabrook 1977 bis Vermont Yankee heute
Article published on 8 April 2013
zuletzt geändert am 14 December 2016
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Nina Swaim long time non-violence and anti-nuclear activist talks to Moccasin Tracks and she brings our attention to bills in Vermont House and Senate that will hold Entergy, owners of Vermont Yankee, accountable for cleaning up of the site of this nuclear power station.


Nina’s story from events that happened in 1977 remind us all that principled non-violent direct action has impact in many ways still valuing our relationships with love and respect finding a path of joyful resistance Nina tells us about the recent Rally, Leaks Lies and Lawyers where her affinity group participated in Parade and Rally.

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Music Credits

Plutonium is Forever, sung by Francesca De Fazi and Claudo Maffei
No Where You Can Run, Holly Near and Ronnie Gilbert

P.S. :

Unbedingt empfehlenswert: Must read:

Barbara Epstein:

Political Protest Cultural Revolution. Nonviolent Direct Action in the 1970s and 1980s. University of California Press. Berkeley Los Angeles London

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