Oct 26: Dinner and Fund Raiser at Stony Point Center

Oct 5: 1:30PM Monthly Indian Point Convergence at Stony Point Center

Sept 21: People’s Climate March! in NYC

Sept 17: 7:00PM Flim & Discussion NO MORE FUKUSHIMA, NO MORE CHURHROCK in NYC

Sept 16: 6:30PM An Experts Panel: Moving Toward a Carbon Free, Nuclear Free Future in Croton

Sept 15: 10:00AM Panel: Nuclear Is Not the Answer to Climate Change in NYC

Sept 14: Banner making workshop for the Climate March at Stony Point Center

Sept 12: 11AM & 7PM: Screening: “Fukushima, Rokkasho & Message to the Future”, NYC

Sept 9: 7:00PM Action: Water Is Life, Nukes Are Not the Answer in Peekskill, NY

Sept 7: 1:30PM Monthly IP Convergence Meeting at Stony Point Center

Sept 7: Nyack Street Fair – IPSEC members will be tabling

Sept 3: 9:30AM Climate Change Breakfast at Stony Point Center

August 3: Monthly Indian Point Convergence at Stony Point Center, NY

August 3: Bon Dance Festival for Peace, New Paltz, NY

July 22: DEC Public Hearing on Indian Point and Water Quality of the Hudson

June 20: Official Debut of the film “The Plan (?)”


Friday June 20, 2014 5:30PM

Jacob Burns Media Arts Lab: 405 Manville Rd., Pleasantville, NY 10570  Phone: 914.773.7663   [Directions]

(Note: this will take place at Media Arts Lab, a new building across the street from the Jacob Burns Theater)

Free Admission

THE PLAN(?) is a short film by Susan Rubin and Andrea Garbarini about the absurdity of the current evacuation plan for the aging Indian Point nuclear power plant.



Wednesday June 04: NRC Annual Assessment Hearing


June 04, 2014: at Colonial Terrace in Cortlandt Manor
(119 Oregon Rd, Cortlandt, NY)
MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/nmiHR

[Facebook event page]


Sunday June 01, 2PM: Monthly Indian Point Convergence


June 01, 2014  2:00pm at Stony Point Center (17 Cricketown Rd, Stony Point, New York 10980)

Since July of 2011, Stony Point Center has been the home of a growing movement of citizens in the Hudson Valley and NY Metro Area who are concerned about the safety of Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant and want to see it shut down. The plant is now forty years old and operating one of its reactors without a license.

Join the Indian Point Convergence each first Sunday of the month from 2 to 5 pm for an afternoon of strategizing and coordinating a grassroots effort to close the plant. For more information, call Marilyn Elie 914-954-6739.

[Stony Point Center]

[Facebook event page]


3/15/2014 No Nukes Action NYC – From Fukushima to Indian Point

Photo courtesy of Yoko Essel

Photo courtesy of Yoko Essel

Link: Video of the Rally & March in NYC


3/09/2014  FUKUSHIMA: The Ongoing Disaster

Offering of tobacco into the Hudson River, Peekskill water front

Offering of tobacco into the Hudson River, Peekskill water front

Video: Fukushima Day Peace Walk and Blessing of the Hudson and All Waters

Link: News 12 Report on our March 9 Event