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 "Five O'Clock Shadow" with Robert Knight 
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 Arnie Gundersen, Yasuteru Yamada, Charlie King, Robert Knight
 Robert Knight  
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September 19th represents the first anniversary of one of the largest nuclear protests in post-Fukushima Japan.

The event, called "Sayonara Genpatsu" ("Goodbye Nuclear Plants"), addressed the ongoing radiation, health, environmental and economic and criminal consequences of the March 11, 2011 multiple meltdowns at four reactors of the Fukushima Daichi atomic farm on the Pacific shore of central Japan.

In today's "Shadow," we revisit Fukushima by way of a first-hand report from YASUTERU YAMADA, co-founder of the Skilled Veterans Corps for Fukushima, and a situational overview from nuclear engineer and plant operator ARNIE GUNDERSEN of Fairewinds Associates [ ].

Musical selections:

KODO - "Taiko Drum"; and
Charlie King - "Acceptable Risks" [ ];

Yamada audio courtesy Dale Lehman/WZRD.

Anchor: Robert Knight
Producer: Thiago Barrozo
Engineer: Michael G. Haskins
Origin: WBAI/Pacifica

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 5OCS - Fukushima -Sayonara Protest Anniversary Download Program Podcast
00:54:00 English 2012-09-19
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