Thursday, 05/24/12 7:34am Masked protestors gather at the front of the room, where NRC officials had planned to speak.
* The Children's Books Collaboratives have been generously funded by the Markham-Nathan Fund for Social Justice, the Greenfield Savings Bank, and New England War Tax Resistance.
Watch System Change, Not Climate Change, a report home from the 2017 World Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany.
BRATTLEBORO, Vermont—Carrying facts about the dangers of radiation and nuclear power and attired as medical professionals, women of the Shut It Down Affinity Group appeared at Entergy headquarters Monday to alert officials to the necessity of closing their Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon. Brattleboro police commanded by Lieutenant Robert Kirkpatrick arrested eight women […]
The State of Vermont has scheduled a trial the week after Thanksgiving for civil resistance at Entergy Corporation’s Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon. The actions of six women arrested August 30, 2011 for unlawful trespass when they padlocked the main gate will be weighed by a jury beginning November 27. The state’s action […]
NORTHAMPTON, Massachusetts—Applauding continuing actions of the Shut It Down Affinity Group to shut down the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon, Vermont, Dr. Helen Caldicott of Australia had lunch with Shut It Downers on Sunday, March 24, before exhorting an audience of 200 in First Churches to close all nuclear power plants for good. […]
We are here today, on the 50th anniversary of the letter from Birmingham Jail, the manifesto of Martin Luther King, Jr. as he invoked the necessity of repeated resistance to the evils surrounding him. We are surrounded by the evils of Vermont Yankee: the invisible evils of radiation, stored spent fuel rods, leaks of radioactive […]
Shut It Down Affinity Group actions in the week of April 15-22. Shut It Down Affinity Group held actions daily at Vermont Yankee in the week of April 15-22. In small groups of 2, 3 or 4 women, they walked onto Yankee property and read statements at the inside gate before being arrested by Vernon […]
NAMING OUR POWER with featured Artist María Luisa Arroyo An intergenerational event that brings together girls and women of all ages Saturday Feb 15, 2-4pm Easthampton
14th Annual Awards by the Interfaith Council of Franklin County and Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. Nomination forms are due April 4, 2014. Awards presentation – Thursday, May 15, 7 p.m. GCC