Mass movements and historical changes delineate the archive of every nation on our planet. On March 11, 2011, following the nuclear reactor explosions at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan, our world was forever altered. By creating the film to which this
Mass movements and historical changes affect every nation on our planet. On March 11, 2011, following the nuclear reactor explosions at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan, our world was forever altered. By creating the documentary to which this website is dedicated, we are not only hoping to raise awareness about the plight of the local Japanese citizens suffering in the wake of this unremitting cover-up and disaster; but, also to diligently work in preventing a similar catastrophe from occurring in the United States. The Nuclear Free California Movement succeeded in permanently closing the long troubled San Onofre nuclear generating station in June 2013; and, is now focusing on California's last remaining nuclear power plant located at the Diablo Canyon site. Diablo Canyon, like San Onofre and Fukushima Daiichi, sits on the ocean in an active earthquake and tsunami zone. Our planet and people cannot handle a second FUKUSHIMA-LIKE TRAGEDY.
In order to complete this documentary and circulate it appropriately, WE NEED YOUR HELP. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, EON depends on the financial generosity of individuals that utilize the pieces we produce. Each donation made will be tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. Like all mass movements, permanent historical changes only happen when large amounts of people like you realize their involvement is vital to the cause. And right now, your financial contribution will enable SHUTDOWN: THE CALIFORNIA FUKUSHIMA CONNECTION to be completed and distributed. We are grateful for your collaboration and look forward to announcing the creation of a nuclear free zone in California in the near future.