Gabi ng sining laban sa plantang nukleyar

Remembering ’85 Welgang Bayan vs. BNPP Draw Thousands to Bataan

“Ayaw namin ng Nukleyar” this was the sentiment running through the hundreds of green-clad anti-BNPP gathered to commemorate the historic Welgang Bayan Laban sa Plantang Nukleyar of 1985. According to Nuclear Free Bataan Movement Chairperson Monsignor Tony Dumaual, the 1985 Welgang Bayan (WB) represents the vigor with which Filipinos fought against the commissioning of the … Continue reading

Japanese bikers join Bataan anti-nuke drive

In a campaign against the  opening of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP), Japanese cycling enthusiasts and a Filipino organization have launched “Peace Cycle 2009.” Read more about the event from the following news sources Inquirer.Net ABS-CBN News Click here to know more about Peace Cycle 2009 You can view more images from Nuclear-Free Bataan … Continue reading

NFBM & KPD Protest action in Congress

Last March 5 the Nuclear-Free Bataan Movement and the Kilusan para sa Pambansang Demokrasya held a mobilization at the Philippine House of Representatives, below are some images of the protest actions. Click here to see more images from the Nuclear-Free Bataan Movement website

Images from the Anti-BNPP Mobilization in Bataan

Looking back…

Last February 16, the Nuclear Free Bataan Movement (NFBM) and KPD- Bataan organized a forum about the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP). One of the highlights of the event was when the audience were given the historical overview of the Bataan people’s struggle against the BNPP, the activity was also highlighted by the affirmation and … Continue reading

FDC to Congress: Don’t break our hearts; Junk BNPP revival bill

Various cause-oriented groups today conducted a “pre-Valentine protest action” at the House of Representatives, urging legislators not to “break the people’s hearts” by junking House Bill 4631 which pushes for the immediate rehabilitation, commission, and operation of the mothballed Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP). Chanting “Stop BNPP,” members of the Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC), … Continue reading