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by Jan Lundberg   
02 July 2011
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art by Scotlund Studios for Culture Change
Available now in high-resolution for printing, or by mail. Expanded and revised to whole print image (11 x 17 inches, 28 x 43 cm). Newly added: Japanese translation. Send a poster to Japan! Spread the word about nuclear power by putting up these posters -- get people to talk about their precious, threatened world!

The poster is also a fundraiser for Culture Change. We need to keep up our journalism, art, and other projects. The more we do, the easier it is to network and help other activists. Below is information on how to obtain the poster and on the origins of the concept.

To order, please send $23 or more to our post office box, or pay online.

Although this poster is a fundraiser for Culture Change, we also make the poster freely available with online high-resolution, full-size printable for those unable to donate funds.

Culture Change
P.O. Box 3387
Santa Cruz, CA 95063 USA

Please give us your feedback: what do you think of the poster, and would you like to see us print quite a few for distribution?

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art by Scotlund Studios for Culture Change - with Japanese translation

The origin of this poster concept is the forest-defense postcard and poster dating from the 1990s. The scene of a devastating clearcut landscape, with the same Shakespeare quote we use on the new poster, is powerful and moving. So of course our poster is of 100% post-consumer waste paper, or even tree-free paper.

The artist, Erik Lundberg Scott, heads Scotlund Studios in Santa Barbara, California. He is known for his cartoon last year "Toyota Stuck Accelerators."

Let us hope the anti-nuclear movement can gather steam rapidly. Because some of the radioactive fallout and waste are virtually forever!

We hope to hear from you soon.

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Additional Resources:
Deadly levels of radiation found in food 225 miles from Fukushima: Media blackout on nuclear fallout continues
New data released by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) shows once again that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is far from over. Despite a complete media blackout on the current situation, levels of Cesium-137 (Cs-137) and Cesium-134 (Cs-134) found in produce and rice crackers located roughly 225 miles (~ 362 km) away from Fukushima are high enough to cause residents to exceed the annual radiation exposure limit in just a few months, or even weeks.
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Beautiful, thanks..we are getting a poster...been offline for a long while. it was nice to see your email which led us to this..thanks, p and j
pen and jim
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"Unless this general evil they maintain,
All men are bad and in their badness reign"
http://smashsongs.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=&product_id=8461&category_id=107&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=58
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I think a lot of people will not understand the quote.
Janet Fitch-Johnson
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Great poster and great quote. We just need to be true to clarity and the rest will follow.
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Need to use the imagination to understand the verse yet the picture will help.
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