“World in Danger: Fukushima” November 18th

by Project Censored
Student Union Building – Ballroom D – 7:00 PM November 18th
Sonoma State University – 1801 East Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA
$10 donation at the door, no one turned away – students FREE – Campus parking $5.00

A Fukushima Response Public Education Event
Co-sponsored by: Sociology Social Justice & Activism Club, Sociology of Media Class, Peace Roots Alliance, EON3 & Project Censored

For more information, visit FukushimaResponse.org
Arnie Gundersen in conversation with Majia Nadesan

Have you wondered why people are still talking about Fukushima?

Because the disaster at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant, the one that was caused
by the 2011 Japanese earthquake & tsunami, is not over and remains dangerous.

Three molten nuclear reactor cores are still missing and the radioactive contamination that this 300 ton mass of ‘corium’
continues to generate & release shows no signs of abating, in fact is increasing.

Join us as two dedicated & informed experts sit down to ‘unpack’ what happened in Fukushima, how it came to happen,
what’s going on there now, and what we might still be able to do about it.

They’ll answer questions and together we’ll try to understand the long-term threat that Fukushima represents for all those
who live in that part of Japan, who share the Pacific Ocean shoreline, and a global jet-stream.

Arnie Gundersen has over 40-years of nuclear power engineering experience, gave testimony in the investigation of Three Mile Island, and
has been studying the catastrophic failure at the Dai-Ichi Nuclear Power Plant since the first reactor exploded. He is currently Chief
Engineer at Fairewinds Energy Education and has appeared in numerous informative videos & podcasts available at fairewinds.org

Majia Nadesan, a professor of communication in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Arizona State University, studies issues
at the intersection of biopolitics & political economy, including autism, health & energy policy, and most recently, the Fukushima
nuclear disaster. She is the author of “Fukushima and the Privatization of Risk” and posts regularly at majiasblog.blogspot.com

Student Union Building – Ballroom D – 7:00 PM November 18th
Sonoma State University – 1801 East Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA
$10 donation at the door, no one turned away – students FREE – Campus parking $5.00

A Fukushima Response Public Education Event
Co-sponsored by: Sociology Social Justice & Activism Club, Sociology of Media Class, Peace Roots Alliance, EON3 & Project Censored
For more information, visit FukushimaResponse.org
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