Celebrate Green Lighting!
July 14, Bastille Day 2010
88 9th Ave. (at 16th St.)
New York City
|Anyone and everyone with something to say, something to sing, will have three minutes on stage. Commoners and celebrities alike. Poets, musicians, activists, dreamers, salesmen, dancers... three minutes to express your dismay, desire or involvement in shutting down Indian Point! (or BP)|
|If You Can’t Make It In The Flesh, Watch Our Event Live on WBAIX.|
Founded in 2006, Rock The Reactors has been waging a relentless battle to shut down the Indian Point nuclear power plant 35 miles North of Manhattan on the Hudson River.
Now it's time to sum it all
up, turn up the volume, all get together, thinkers, philosophers, actors, musicians,
scientists, politicians, models, painters, lawyers, carpenters, farmers,
electricians, architects, designers,
stockbrokers, all those of us who make up what has become
New York, to tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, that enough is
The Indian Point nuclear power plant is on its last stretch to receive an extended new license that would enable it to keep running for another 20, maybe 40 years... tempting fate, while cancer rates, leaks, close calls and cold sweats perpetuate, having sunk the local population into a sad state of perpetual complacency. Wake up, it's the 21st Century, there's better ways to make a mere 2000 megawatts than threaten 20 million people with annihilation!!!
Join us on Bastille Day,
July 14 in New York, to put the final stake into Indian
Point's heart, finish what Musicians United For Safe Energy started
back in 1979 with the No Nukes concert series.
Come celebrate LEDs with the
Green Lighting, McGraw-Hill's new
book in their Green Guru Guide series.
Back in 1984, Indian Point was the site of the largest, best recorded UFO sighting in America. What do they know that we don't?
Be the power, be the change!
$20 cash at the door!
Larger Checks Accepted
Patron Saints: $100
Lords of the Realm: $250
Masters of the Vellum: $500+
(Made out to Remy Chevalier)
(Monies raised will
go to purchase LED growlights for Rockland County farrmers, support
Sherwood Martinelli's legal efforts, and other creative action aimed
at shutting down IP, favoring young, new media organizers.)
LEDs for HAITI
(This Morgan Page video
is here not because he is scheduled to perform, but
LED row on the Bowery, all lighting stores increasing their LED selections. Notice the now sadly boarded up Collective Hardware experiment.