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Think Outside The Bomb Tour Comes to Portland!

July 3, 2010
Portland, Oregon

Think Outside the Bomb is the largest youth network for nuclear abolition in the US. This summer they are touring the nation to provide information on the US's nuclear weapons and power industries as well as a critical look at how we engage in resistance. Think Outside the Bomb seeks to create a world free of nuclear weapons and power through creating an affirming culture of resistance. The tour will culminate in a convergence, permaculture and non-violence training encampment in New Mexico July 30th through August 9th.

Join us to welcome the Think Outside the Bomb Tour to Portland for an evening of art, music, puppets and education about nuclear abolition.

When: Saturday, July 3, 2010, 7:00 pm
Where: Red and Black Café, 400 SE 12th, Portland OR
Sponsored by: Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, American Friends Service Committee-Portland and Red and Black Café.

Go here for more information
or call Oregon PSR at 503-274-2720.

Download a flyer for the event, and please help us spread the word. You too can think outside the bomb!


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