Translators’ Notes: The article below began circulating in Japanese just a few days after we found out that Chikanobu Michiba (道場親信), a well known sociologist who wrote on Japanese social movements, had passed away. He was the partner of Mari Matsumoto, who has been a long-time inspiration for us through her work on the radiological … Continue reading Can 3.11 Radiation Victims Speak?
n.o.n.u.k.e.s. film&talk vol.07 WOMEN OF FUKUSHIMA Wednesday December 19, 2012 7:00PM Cage, 83A Hester Street, New York, NY 10002 [MAP] Subway: F to East Broadway, B/D to Grand Street FREE, but donations are welcome! [Facebook] [Download Flier] [フライヤーをダウンロード] Please join us for a very special evening of a film screening and a discussion … Continue reading Screening: WOMEN OF FUKUSHIMA
by MARI MATSUMOTO Photo: the cover page of “実践非暴力直接行動シリーズ3 女と反原発 – Women and Anti-nuclear Movement” (1988) (日本語による原文は下部に掲載） An Interview with Mari Matsumoto (June 12, 2011 in Tokyo) Jfissures = J Matsumoto＝M J: The 11th of June was the global day of anti-nuke action and there was a large demonstration in Tokyo, in which we participated. … Continue reading Nuclear Energy and Reproductive Labor – The Task of Feminism
Sunday October 7th, 2012 11am-9pm @ 16 Beaver: 16 Beaver Street 4th Floor, New York, NY 10004 [MAP] Subway: 4/5 train to Bowling Green Free Childcare is provided. [RSVP on Facebook] Where we are at today after Fukushima in the struggles against nuclear power – that is the question. As news from Japan slowly reveal … Continue reading FORUM::: RadioActivity! – Creating Everyday Revolution After Fukushima
by MANUEL YANG （日本語は下部に掲載） The dog days are over The dog days are done The horses are coming so you better run Run fast for your mother run fast for your father Run for your children for your sisters and brothers Leave all your love and your loving behind you Can’t carry it with you … Continue reading The Refrain of “Bad Days Will End”