SF Bay Area

CODEPINK :SHUT DIABLO” Events This Weekend!

El Diablo: California’s last nuke, Diablo Canyon, near San Luis Obispo, with two 1200 megawatt reactors and no cooling towers, sits near 13 earthquake faults!
G&E is endangering the lives of half a million Californians who live near the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant. Revoke PG&E’s license to operate this aging, unsafe, and unnecessary nuclear power plant.”
contact Cynthia Papermaster of Golden Gate Codepink to volunteer or for more details: codepinkcp@gmail.com; 510-365-1500
This Saturday, Sunday and Monday, December 20-22.
 
Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014, 3:00 pm, San Francisco Ocean Beach, Codepink Spell-out: “SHUT DIABLO!” on the Beach + Join “Reclaiming” for a Special Winter Solstice Ritual to Close Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant  Winter Solstice (Solstice Eve) Ritual  Ocean Beach near Taraval Street. Spell-out at 3:00pm, followed by pink snacks, then Solstice ritual at 4pm.
Join us on the eve of Winter Solstice as we gather to celebrate the longest night of the year. We honor the time of darkness as well as the turning of the Wheel of the Year back toward the light. Wear warm clothes, and bring food or non-alcoholic drink to share, and a towel if you want to plunge. Flashlights and dry socks are handy. Drums and other instruments are welcome for post-ritual music. Trash bags are a great way to show special love for the beach!
Transit: Take the scenic L-Taraval Muni train from downtown BART stations. Ride to 46th Avenue, walk two blocks to the beach, and look for group of beach-loving pagans. Maps: search for “Taraval and Great Highway, San Francisco 94116”. Walk onto beach, and look for group of beach-loving pagans.
For more information, email sfrpc@yahoogroups.com


 

Sunday, Dec. 21, 2-5 pm, Reception & Program: “Diablo Canyon Update” With Harvey Wasserman, author of SolartopiaLinda Seeley of San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (tentative); Cynthia Papermaster of Codepink “PG&E Ratepayer Revolt to Shut Diablo”, @ Berkeley private home.  Fundraiser for “Shut Diablo” campaign; suggested donation $15-$100. Delicious organic vegetarian buffet, music, video clips, discussion, indoor/outdoor sunset viewing. Limited seating! Hurry and RSVP for address and details: 510-365-1500


Monday, Dec. 226-9 pm, SF Occupy Forum @ Global Exchange, 2017 Mission St. (across from 16th St. BART). “Diablo Canyon; Our Fukushima Waiting to Happen” with Harvey “No Nukes” Wasserman, author of Solartopia; Linda Seeley (tentative) with San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, Cynthia Papermaster with Codepink “PG&E Ratepayer Revolt to Shut Diablo”. Arrive at 6pm sharp! Discussion, video clips, announcements. Donations accepted; no one turned away for lack of funds.
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Harvey Wasserman’s “Green Power and Wellness Hour” radio interview with Codepink’s Cynthia Papermaster and Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear:

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