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People Power Wave

August 6, 2012 - August 9, 2012
Kansas City, Missouri

Come to Kansas City, Missouri to support opposition to the new nuclear weapons plant proposed to be build.

August 7 is our last chance to reach people while they're voting -- and those that vote in this high-turnout state-wide primary election are exceedingly likely to be voting in November.

We can anticipate being badly outspent. Being a grassroots group with limited resources may seem like a weakness, but it can also be one of our greatest strengths. The no-vote government agencies and corporations have one kind of power, but we have another. And one power we have is person-to-person contact, to frame the issue first, and to put the focus where it belongs – before the barrage of ads with distractions.

This coincides nicely with the annual Hiroshima-Nagasaki anniversaries, a high point for nuclear weapons protest. If you come to Kansas City for the three-day event, you’ll be commemorating those tragedies in the best possible way – taking effective action to say: never again!

If you want to come participate in just part of the action, that would also be quite welcome; the election day is the most important day to have a large number of leafletters.

Schedule of Events:

August 5 – Prequel

6:30 PM  – PeaceWorks of Kansas City holds its long-standing annual Hiroshima/Nagasaki Remembrance in Loose Park, 51st & Wornall, including candles floating in the river. Potluck – 6:30, Commemoration – 7:30.

August 6: Hiroshima Anniversary

6:00 PM – shared supper and orientation. Final signing up for specific spots and activities.Commemoration of the first time nuclear weapons were deliberately used against human beings.
August 7: Primary Election Day
6:00AM to 7PM (or any part thereof) – leafleting polls with information and yard-sign cards
August 8: Government Workers

Mass leafleting to let government workers know that the cuts they face aren’t cuts that nuclear weapons face. How much we cover depends on number of people and interest. Possible places are:
Downtown: Federal Building, State Office Building, City Hall, County Building
Around town: Police & Fire Stations
August 9: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs / Nagasaki Anniversary
Morning – Leafleting of factory workers (Ford plant, etc.)  to acquaint them with the jobs issue
NOON – Lunch together, and commemoration of the last time nuclear weapons were deliberately used against human beings. Never again!

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