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Women's Voices
her new book, Crisis Without End, Profound Effects of Fukushima
 janie rezner  Contact Contributor
Nov. 18, 2014, 11:20 p.m.
Dr. Helen Caldicott, Physician, author, and dedicated international anti-nuclear advocate. Author of "If you Love this Planet: A plan to save the Earth; "The New Nuclear Danger" and others, including her newest, Crisis without End" - represents an unprecedented look into the profound aftereffects of Fukushima. Helen writes, "Until the climate movement embraces a nuclear free future it will be impossible to win the race again time we are currently engaged in. Something large climate action groups should take note of as after decades of working toward abolition the US Presidents signs a 3 trillion dollar deal for new nuclear weapons under the guise of "refurbishment." The future can be saved by a decisive lockdown on toxic energy generations of all kinds and by cutting the pursestrings to the funding of endless wars.
Music, Creation Symphony from the CD "Oquawka Speaks the Words and Music of Mother God." Composed and performed byJanie Rezner.

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