Thursday, June 09, 2011

P P and J

Peninsula Peace and Justice Free Forum Tuesday Evening . . .

PPJC's Award-Winning Monthly TV Program and Public Forum
A conversation withJackie CabassoExec. Dir.,Western States Legal Foundation
If there is one thing that the political parties in Washington agree on, it is nuclear power. They want more of it. In fact, building new nuclear power plants remains a major part of all future energy programs. We'll discuss the realities of relying on such a deadly form of energy, especially in light of what Japan has learned about its reliance on nuclear power and what might happen if a similar disaster struck in the U.S.
Jackie Cabasso has long been a national leader in the grassroots struggle against nuclear power and weapons. Her organization was founded in order to provide legal counsel to people who were arrested protesting the building of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant in California in 1982.
Tuesday, June 7, 7:00 PMCommunity Media Center900 San Antonio Road, Palo AltoFree and open to all. Wheelchair accessible.Simultaneous live TV broadcast on cable TV channel 27.Simultaneous live webcast on the Community Media Center webpage. Select channel 27. Be a part of the studio audience!
You are always an important part of each program as we turn to our in-studio audience and viewers at home for questions and comments. Home viewers can call 650-856-1491 to participate. I phoned in to express the opposition of nuclear power and weapons and on going work in Japan with my brother Jim to have peace.
Other Voices TV can be seen live at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of each month on mid-Peninsula cable channel 27. The program is also streamed live on the internet (select channel 27).

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