'NUCLEAR FALLOUT' - In Honor of Future Cancer Victims of Fukushima

'Nuclear Fallout' poster created for BEST/MATRR by Graphic Artist Roy Simmons

'Nuclear Fallout' Events
March 12, 2012
In Honor of Future
Cancer Victims of Fukushima

spearheaded this
1st annual event
Fukushima victims
of radiation poisoning.

Multiple studies show significant
rises in cancer mortality rates
near nuclear power plants,
especially in women and children.

In addition to the natural disasters
of the earthquake and tsunami,
the radiation exposures
will have tragic
long-range effects
on Japan and
the families of Fukushima.

Flash mob 'die-ins' showed solidarity
with Fukushima victims
exposed to nuclear power radiation
and brought attention to
the delayed symptoms
(but very real dangers)
of nuclear power
radiation releases.

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