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No Nukes Peace Boat Sails into Bodega Bay

Almost 60 years after it first sailed into the South Pacific to protest nuclear weapons testing, the sailboat Golden Rule is coming to Bodega Bay with an updated message on the same issue.


After arriving in Bodega Bay Friday morning, the crew of the Golden Rule will host a public meeting nearby, which program manager Helen Jaccard says will feature several local speakers in addition to the boat’s crew members.

 

The larger event on Saturday evening will be in Santa Rosa. See this link for details.

 


  In addition to the disarmament treaty negotiations underway at the United Nations, Jaccard notes that two American Congressmen have also advanced an important bill in Washington, D.C.


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