JULY 3-5, 2010
Maryville College, Maryville and the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex
in Oak Ridge, Tennessee to
Celebrate the 30th Anniversaries of
With networking, celebration, workshops, music, nonviolence training and nonviolent action at Y-12
This gathering is for people who advocate, practice and/or support nonviolent direct action, civil resistance and civil disobedience in the struggle to stop nuclear power and abolish nuclear weapons.
At a critical time in the movement for a nuclear-free future, we are coming together to increase awareness and action around nuclear issues, and create an opportunity for new and seasoned activists to meet and strategize for a nuclear-free future!
IT’S TIME TO REGISTER!
To guarantee your dorm room, please
register by June 11
. (Limited free church floor space available; please inquire.)
Please make a donation to help cover costs, and for scholarships for youth and low income activists.
Join the growing list of sponsors!
Thank you to these sponsors:
GROUPS & COMMUNITIES
Citizens for Peace in Space (Colorado Springs, CO)
Micah Intentional Group of the Servants of Mary (Ladysmith, WI)
Pioneer Valley War Tax Resisters (Brattleboro, VT)
Vivian & Paul Olum Foundation (Sharon, MA)
Carol & Jerry Berrigan (Syracuse, NY)
Steve & Christine Clemens (Minneapolis. MN)
Iris & David Cloud (Chicago, IL)
Joan Cominos (Martinez, CA)
Polly Connelly (Tucson, AZ)
Muriel Fitzgerald (Milwaukee, WI)
Freya Grand (Washington, DC)
Richard Grossman (West Hurley, NY)
Robert Kimbrough (Madison, WI)
Eileen LeFort (Glen Ellyn, IL)
Donald McPherson (Cleveland Heights, OH)
Tamaki Ogata (Los Angeles, CA)
John Owen (Los Angeles, CA)
Joe Palen (Minneapolis, MN)
Joyce & James Parkhurst (Bridgeport, CA)
Dru Sanders (Bellingham, WA)
Bill Sulzman (Colorado Springs, CO)
Two Maryland Doctors
Mary Van Evera (Duluth. MN)
James Wellman (Minneapolis, MN)
The Nuclear Resister began in 1980 to chronicle anti-nuclear and anti-war civil resistance, with a focus on supporting the men and women imprisoned for these actions. The newsletter publishes writings from prisoners, reports on actions, trials and sentencings, provides addresses of imprisoned activists and publicizes future actions.
Nukewatch has a foundation of investigating and divulging the truth about nuclear weapons and power since 1979. The organization has a strong history of drawing people together – from the missile silo fields, to H-bomb trucks on the highways, to a decade-long campaign shutting down the Navy’s Project ELF.
The Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance works to stop nuclear weapons production at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and to build nonviolent community to sustain a lasting movement for peace and justice.
Felice and Jack Cohen-Joppa
The Nuclear Resister
Bonnie Urfer and John LaForge
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