UPF Update — Platinum Plated Project in Trouble

Oct 21, 2013 No Comments ›› orepa

Read all about it! The UPF, which seemed solid six months ago, is coming under increased scrutiny. And the more you see, the worse it looks. OREPA’s October Update explains why the UPF is facing new opposition; the Project on Government Oversight calls for eliminating the UPF, and the Union of Concerned Scientists says Congress [...]

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October Safety Board hearing postponed

Oct 16, 2013 No Comments ›› orepa

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Transform Now Plowshares Sentencing Reset

Sep 17, 2013 No Comments ›› orepa

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Tribute to Larry Coleman

Sep 10, 2013 3 Comments ›› orepa

Only after a few days of shock and disbelief are there words to write about Larry Coleman’s gift to the Northwest Ohio Peace Coalition (NWOPC) in Toledo, OH. We first learned of Larry’s sudden death shortly after leaving a protest of the possible attacks on Syria – a protest where Larry and Betty would have [...]

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Our Dear Larry Coleman

Sep 7, 2013 10 Comments ›› orepa

Larry Coleman stood tall—in most crowds he had a vantage point few others shared, and you could spot his straw hat well above the heads of others.
 
Larry was in a few crowds in his day—at countless demonstrations and actions in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where he was a fixture in the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance’s [...]

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