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Nuke Protest Photos Featured in Japan Subculture Research Center Article

After the March earthquake in Japan, the nuclear power plants in Fukushima suffered a catastrophic loss of power and cooling which resulted in the meltdown of at leas 3 reactors. This disaster has led to a sudden resurgence of political activism in the Japanese citizenry the likes of which have not been seen for some time.

The photo above was taken at a June 11th rally. According to police, 20,000 people were in attendance. Organizers state a much higher 60,000 headcount.

The article on the JSRC by Stephanie Nakajima can be read here along with more of my photos. Amy Seaman also contributed to their article.

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