Friday, June 29, 2012
The problem of what to do with the nuclear waste generated by current and
decommissioned nuclear plants in
will be explored at the July 10th
Citizens for Peace meeting.
Featured speaker will be Keith Gunter, member of
to Halt Fermi –
and founding partner of the nationally recognized group, Beyond Nuclear.
He is currently serving as co-chair of Peace Action of Michigan. Keith’s informative
and entertaining presentation includes an instructional “Fermi – 3 Wheel of Misfortune”.
(Any Way You Spin, You Lose). Members of the audience might be invited to try their
luck spinning the wheel.
Active in educating the public on the danger of nuclear energy for more than 30 years,
Keith was a Metro Times contributing writer on nuclear power and weapons issues,
and a guest commentator on WDET public radio. “The storage and isolation of high
level nuclear waste is but one aspect of a technology that presents us with fundamentally
irresolvable problems” says Keith.
The program begins at 7 p.m. at Unity of Livonia, located atAll are welcome.
28660 Five Mile Road.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Citizens for Peace have a booth at the Inner Peace Festival in Ann Arbor
What a warm, windy, wonderful day we spent at the Citizens for Peace booth at the 2nd Annual Inner Peace Festival on Sunday, June 24th from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Main Street in downtown Ann Arbor!
We had giant peace frisbees, peace snap bracelets, butterfly & lady bug masks for children. We had fliers for all of our upcoming events: Dr. Ari's talk & workshop on July 6 & 7; Keith Gunter's presentation on nuclear waste in MI at our July 10th meeting; our Peace, Love & Yoga fundraiser on August 25th; and the 5th annual ONE PEACE celebration of the UN International Day of Peace on Saturday, Sept. 22nd at the Livonia Civic Center Library Auditorium with a Gemini Concert! What a great line up of events!
Thanks to Linda, Gloria, Nancy Dottie, Colleen & George for working the booth, talking to people about peace & selling our books, puzzles, DVD's, yoga mats, peace art, peace pillows, heart necklaces, and other items. We were happy that the thunderstorms never materialized! We were especially happy to meet people appreciative of the work we do!
Monday, June 11, 2012
Carole Kersten, Rosemary Doyle, Colleen & George Mills at the Midwest Peacemaking Conference.
What a great time we had at the First Annual Midwest Peacemaking Conference hosted by the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in Manistee! A blend of Native Peacemaking, Restorative Practices and Mediation teachings presented in a beautiful setting. Click here for the article I wrote about the conference. Oh The Stories They Told!