Songs for S.O.N.G.S.
Songs for S.O.N.G.S. brings inspiration, action to Belly Up
More than 600 people joined us for an evening of music and speeches October 8, 2018 as we laid the groundwork for a grassroots campaign to demand that Southern California Edison move 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste off of the beach at San Onofre.
The event at the Belly Up, “Songs for S.O.N.G.S.,” brought activists and artists, scientists and business leaders, elected officials, Native Americans and surfers — and anyone else who cares about our environment and safety – together under a shared goal: to move the highly-radioactive spent fuel from San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station away from the water’s edge.
Retired Admiral: Government not providing for our safety
In his keynote speech, Rear Admiral Len Hering (ret) blasted regulators for allowing the nuclear waste at San Onofre to be stored on the beach.
“The Constitution of the United States directs that this government provide for our safety,” Hering said, “and they are not!”
Thank you for being part of our success and for joining our growing movement. The numbers from our event speak for themselves:
– More than 600 people attended Songs for S.O.N.G.S.
– 3,000 people tuned into the livestream
– 322 new subscribers signed up to receive our newsletter
– 25,000 impressions in Facebook outreach campaign
Beyond the data, “Songs for S.O.N.G.S.” showed that a combination of science, logic and art can inspire solutions to San Onofre’s nuclear waste problem.
Action is easy, when we act together!
Thousands of people have signed and sent this letter to U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris and California State Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins.
It takes less than a minute to click and send:
Letter to Senator Feinstein and Senator Harris (PSR-LA): https://secure.psr.org/page/31520/action/1