OREPA announces the first in a series of community meetings for Knoxville and East Tennessee!
Short of taking a hammer to nuclear warheads (which some people do), is there anything regular people can really do to get rid of nuclear weapons?
You are invited to join the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance for an evening exploring what we can do about one of the great issues of our day—creating a nuclear weapons free future. As one local activist has said, “We have a special responsibility, because we have this bomb plant in our backyard.”
Education— We’ll answer the question many folks around here don’t want you to ask: What are they doing in Oak Ridge, anyway?
Movement building— We’ll enjoy snack food and music while we’re at it.
Strategy— We’ll talk about ways to be effective in planning and taking action.
Saturday, October 8 will be the first in a series of bi-monthly community meetings sponsored by the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance. The meetings are for OREPA members, friends, the curious, and those who have been asking, “How can I get involved in OREPA’s work?”