This Week’s Featured Interviews:
- A focus on Bequerel Awareness Day (Bqs are a measurement of radiation in food) and the impact on Japan’s food supply, especially in light of the impact on athletes and fans at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, with events scheduled only 12-1/2 miles from the triple meltdown <!>. Three, count them, three genuine nuclear experts:
- Kimberly Roberson, founder of Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network, and the brains behind Bequerel Awareness Day.
- Cindy Folkers, the Radiation and Health Specialist at Beyond Nuclear
- Nancy Foust, Communications manager & research team member at Simply Info
From Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network:
Around the world children who are currently adolescent and possibly younger are in training to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Japan. Their parents most likely have no idea that some of the venues are being planned near the most devastating and ongoing nuclear and industrial disaster in world history, Fukushima Daiichi. SIGN and SHARE IT here: http://chn.ge/22j0Xko.
FFAN’s Food Petition – access links for individuals and organizations HERE.
- Activist Alex Cohen on a successful series of non-violent civil disobedient action he helped plan at the West Lake Landfill and elsewhere in St. Louis to push awareness of the illegally buried World War II nuclear weapons waste and the underground, unstoppable fire barreling towards it from the adjacent Bridgeton Landfill. More to come!
Alex Cohen (l) and another activist chained to 500 pounds of concrete