April | May Reflection booklet

OREPA publishes a bimonthly Reflection booklet with readings for each day as a way of supporting nonviolent community; it is used by more than 200 people and can be requested in hard copy (it’s free, though we’re delighted to receive donations to cover the cost). Here is the Reflection booklet for April/May 2011: RB Apr […]

Living in Hope: Update on Y12 Resisters in Court

“I don’t think you live in hope; I live in hope” With those words, Mary Dennis Lentsch fended off the cross examination of Assistant District Attorney Jeff Theodore in a March 4 hearing in federal court in Knoxville, Tennessee. Theodore was frustrated, for the moment at least, in his attempt to build a case for […]

Reflection booklet

OREPA publishes a bimonthly Reflection booklet with readings for each day as a way of supporting nonviolent community; it is used by more than 200 people and can be requested in hard copy (it’s free, though we’re delighted to receive donations to cover the cost). Here is the Reflection booklet for February/March 2011:   RB […]

OREPA Resources

Two recent reports prepared by OREPA examine the case against the Uranium Processing Facility. You can download them (pdf files) here: The first examines the spiraling costs and incoherent design process for the UPF: Deciding Not to Build   The second report is OREPA’s presentation at the Draft Y12 SWEIS hearing in Oak Ridge which […]

A Safer World Is Our Right: April Action Organizer’s Toolkit

The most important thing you can do now to stop the new bomb plant is to come to the action on Saturday, April 16 in Oak Ridge. The next most important thing you can do is bring people with you. Whether it’s two or a dozen. Let people know it is happening. Here are resources […]