Nuclear Surfer / Mermaid Event, 1:00PM Friday, Hall of Justice, San Diego

Get ready to make peaceful waves at 1:00 PM Friday April 14th at the San Diego Hall of Justice. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nuclear Surfers and Mermaids to gather at 1:00 PM Friday, April 14th to stand for toxic waste safety WHO:         Surfers, mermaids, musicians and concerned citizens dressed in yellow HazMat Gear. Public invited (see attached photos) WHAT:      An event in support of nuclear waste safety…

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NOTICE OF PRESS CONFERENCE

Surfers in HazMat Gear to gather at Superior Court Friday, April 14th Scroll down for photos of HazMat Surfers.   WHO:         75 surfers, mermaids, musicians and concerned citizens dressed in yellow HazMat Gear. Public invited (see attached photos) WHAT:      An event in support of nuclear waste safety at San Onofre WHEN:      1:00 PM (participants should arrive at noon for set-up) WHERE:    Steps of the San Diego Superior Court…

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CHIEF BLACK FOX SPEAKS: Nuclear Waste and Native American Prophecy

THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY:   Hear Chief Delbert Black Fox Pomani, the Great, Great Grandson of Sitting Bull, and advocates from Public Watchdogs explain the role of Native American prophecy, Sacred Activism, and why the San Onofre nuclear waste dump has become our community’s own Standing Rock.  Discover what you can do to help, and the role of Sacred Activism in protecting ourselves and future generations….

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Southern California Community Engagement Panel Mtg., November 10, 5:30 to 8:30PM

This is your chance to speak out, and we hope to see you there. In 130 days, Southern California Edison, the owners of the failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), will begin burying millions of pounds of deadly radioactive nuclear waste on the beach at San Onofre State Beach Park.  Edison’s public relations department has spent millions of dollars creating a “Community Engagement Panel” with a…

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Chief Phil Lane Staking Ceremony, San Onofre State Park Beach, October 29, 2016

At 11:00 AM under a rare “black moon” Chief Phil Lane conducted a Staking Ceremony on the beach at San Onofre within sight of the now defunct nuclear power plant known as SONGS, the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.  More than 25 people made the difficult hike to the bottom of the cliffs to forcefully drive  a stake into the ground signifying their intent to stop…

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Native American prayer vigil at San Onofre State Beach, Saturday

Staking Ceremony and prayers for unprecedented, unified action for removal of nuclear waste to be convened at San Onofre State Beach, Saturday, October 29 at 9:30am   For background or to arrange interviews, contact Charles Langley at (858) 752-4600 Native Americans and other Members of the Human Family to gather at San Onofre beach to peacefully and prayerfully stand together for unified action to remove nuclear…

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