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Fukushima Journey, Pt. 2: Olympics Propaganda, Thyroid Cancers, Japanese Govt. Lies – 4 days in Fukushima Prefecture w/Beverly Findlay-Kaneko

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November 28, 2019

This Week’s Featured Interview:

  • Fukushima Journey: The “Disappearing” Nuclear Disaster – 4 days on-the-ground in Fukushima Prefecture with Beverly Findlay-Kaneko continues. She lived in Yokohama, Japan for 20 years until March 2011 after the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake. She worked at Yokohama National University and The Japan Times. Beverly has a Master’s degree in East Asian Studies from Stanford University, and speaks Japanese fluently.

    Since returning from Japan, Beverly and her husband, Yuji Kaneko, have been active in raising awareness about nuclear issues, including the nuclear accident at Fukushima. Their main activities have included organizing speaking tours, giving presentations, networking in activist and nuclear-impacted communities in the U.S. and Japan, and co-producing the annual Nuclear Hotseat podcast “Voices from Japan” special on Fukushima.

    This is the second half of the “Fukushima Journey” Nuclear Hotseat interview, based on more than three hours of source material. Pt. 1 appeared in episode #439 from November 19, 2019.

December 2, 2019 - Posted by | fukushima 2019 | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. France’s LaHague, dribbling raw plutonium, into the English channel for years, is an issue affecting all of humanity. The 17 old beat-up reactors ready to explode in Ukraine, post chernobyl , are an issue affecting all of humanity. The thousands of tons of hi level waste dumped in the Oceans by the Russians and Mayak, are issues affecting all of humanity
    The Russian floating Nuclear Reactor is an issue, affecting all of humanity. The new nuclear cold war of the stupid old toad in washington dc, usa, is an issue affecting all of humanity. All of these issues that are more important than fukushima, at this point. Few human monkey’s care.

    Comment by Who Care's | December 2, 2019 | Reply


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