3-11 Revisited Worldwide

The anniversary of the 3-11 triple disaster was marked in memorial services and protests throughout the world over the weekend.

Activists in the UK blockaded Hinkley Point NPP for 24 hours to mark the 3-11 anniversary.  45,000 took part in an anti-nuclear protest in Tokyo over the weekend.

Memorial services took place all over Japan.

Dr. Robert Jacobs of Hiroshima Peace Institute spoke on RT about the ongoing nature of the disaster for those impacted by it.   Chicago public radio interviewed Prof. Norma Field about life in Japan today and how many are coping with the uncertainty brought on by the disaster.

As the anniversary of the disaster has passed, Fukushima prefecture is looking to solar and wind power as solutions to rebuild the region. The Daily Mail looks back on the disaster as being the first “YouTube” disaster. While video and citizen reports quickly made it out of Japan, the ability for the world to know the disaster without the lens and framing of the media may have a longer lasting impact on how history will be written.


Memorial service in Nara

Prayers at the surviving pine tree in Miyagi.

Mt. Fuji cloaked itself in clouds at the time mark of the anniversary of the disaster.

Protest in Germany at the 3-11 anniversary.

UK protests at Hinkley Point marking the 3-11 anniversary.

Australia 3-11 rally against nuclear power and uranium mining.

3-11 no nukes rally in Switzerland

Japan 3-11 protests in front of TEPCO corporate offices in Tokyo.

3-11 memorial service in Ukraine

3-11 memorial service in Paris, France

3-11 memorial service in Okuma Japan


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