We are excited to be participating in two national, virtual #StillHere events on Thursday, August 6th and Sunday, August 9th. South Carolina’s nuclear issues will be highlighted on August 9th when our locally-produced documentary film short asks viewers to hold onto visions of peace and stand against nuclear proliferation.
The link below is our #stillhere live Youtube stream event:
The 15-minute documentary, Peace Now: Clean Up Not Build Up at Savannah River Site, “introduces a audiences to SRS and to challenges met and those upcoming, namely the proposed production of plutonium pits (triggers for nuclear weapons) at SRS.
Placing Savannah River Site in the context of nuclear weapons development more broadly, Tom Clements of SRS Watch, along with other South Carolina activists, inform and inspire on the long road to nuclear disarmament, where the work is hard, but the reward is priceless.”
Be sure to tune in on Sunday, August 9th to watch Peace Now: Clean Up Not Build Up at Savannah River Site
scheduled to air 2:55 pm – 3:10 pm