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Portland, OregonWhy Not Nuclear? The Case Against Nuclear Power
Join us for a free public presentation on the Fukushima meltdown, the Columbia Generating Station nuclear power plant, and the financial and human health costs of nuclear power.
Portland, OregonHiroshima, Nagasaki, and Hanford: A Tragic Connection
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our annual commemoration of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Portland, OregonThe Grotesque Injustice of Guantánamo: An Insiders' Account
Join us for a special presentation on the illegality, immorality and inhumanity of the U.S. Naval Detention Center at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
Please join us for a Atomic West, which explores the dangers of nuclear technologies in the western United States, and for the beginning of the 2013 Interfaith Peace Walk.
Portland, OregonWendy Ring, MD and the Human Health Effects of Climate Change
Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Wendy Ring on human health effects related to global climate change.
Portland, OregonJoin Us for a Rally and Comment on Oregon's First Coal Export Project
We are rallying on July 9th to demand that DEQ and Governor Kitzhaber deny permits and stop coal exports.
Portland, OregonHanford: What Now?
Learn the latest from leading watchdog groups about Hanford issues and how you can make a difference at the closing event for the Particles on the Wall exhibit.
Hood River, OregonHood River Community Forum on Toxics
Make Your Voice Heard - Invitation to Salem Community Forum: Toxic chemicals have been found in thousands of children’s products. This spring, Oregon will decide whether to take action. Join us for a community forum on toxics in everyday products.
Pendelton, OregonPendleton Community Forum on Toxics
Toxic chemicals have been found in thousands of children’s products. This spring, Oregon will decide whether to take action. Join us for a community forum on toxics in everyday products.
Portland, OregonParticles on the Wall: Art and Social Change
Readings and Discussion with Curators and Artists from Particles on the Wall