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
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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 waste
WHO: Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr., member of Dakota and Chickasaw Nations, other Indigenous Elders and the Orange County Interfaith Network, the Councils of Interfaith & Indigenous Women-Youth, and the Southern California Parliament of World Religions.
WHAT: Chief Lane (get bio) and other Spiritual Leaders will conduct a Staking Ceremony and prayers for removing the deadly nuclear waste at San Onofre. All Members of the Human Family are invited.
Participants will convene at 10:30 in the day parking lot (cost $15 per vehicle). The Staking Ceremony and prayers will begin at 11 AM.
WHERE: San Onofre State Beach Park, (Get Google Map) at the San Onofre Bluffs campground within sight of the Unit 2 and Unit 3 Nuclear containment domes at Trail 1 (click here for Trail 1 info). Participants should be prepared to arrive early and must be able to hike to the beach about 1/4 mile along a well-groomed dirt trail. The trail will be marked with blue ribbons.
shall not retreat until there is peace and harmony for all life.”
“San Onofre is the one of the primary Standing Rocks of Southern California. It is here where we as a Human Family will stand up together against the devastating threat of nuclear waste,” says Hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr.
DETAILS: A large crowd is expected. Organizers urge participants to arrive by 9:45 to find parking and to hike to the beach. The trail to the Staking Ceremony will be marked with blue ribbons. Parking is $15 per car, so attendees are encouraged to car pool, and should be prepared to hike a well groomed dirt trail. Warm clothes and a blanket to sit on are suggested.
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