[act-ma] Mon 12/8: Countering the Threat of Nuclear Disaster from Pilgrim Power Plant

Cole Harrison cole at masspeaceaction.org
Wed Dec 3 08:31:48 PST 2014


*Come to the Dec. 8 organizing meeting **to address the real dangers of **the
Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth, MA*

                 *   WHY?*

   - Boston is only 34 miles from Pilgrim, and subject to nuclear
   contamination in case of radioactive release at Pilgrim.
   - Pilgrim's G.E. Mark 1 design is the same as Fukushima's
   - Its highly radioactive spent fuel pool is not inside the reinforced
   containment structure, and hence is vulnerable to accident, or attack by
   - In case of nuclear contamination, home insurance pays NOTHING.
   - In case of nuclear evacuation, the Sagamore and Bourne bridges will
   immediately CLOSE, to allow Plymouth residents to escape -- but trapping
   Cape residents, who will have no escape.

 [image: Diane Turco and Helen Caldicott]Come to hear Diane Turco of Cape
with Helen Caldicott) explain the real threats to the Boston area, and
the successful
political actions by Cape Cod organizations.

Diane was one of the Four Cape Cod Grandmothers
performed an act of civil resistance on Mothers' Day 2014.

With the experience of the Cape Codders and the numbers of the Bostonians,
we have a much better chance for a future safe from nuclear disaster and
the need to abandon our homes.
Organizing Meeting:
Monday, Dec. 8, 7-9 PM
Massachusetts Peace Action
First Church in Cambridge, Hastings Room
11 Garden St., Cambridge
(Near Harvard Square)
  [image: Guntram Mueller]

Yours for a nuclear-free future,

Guntram Mueller
Nuclear Abolition Chair



Cole Harrison
Executive Director
Massachusetts Peace Action
11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA 02138
617-354-2169 w
617-466-9274 m
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