Transform Now Plowshares in the media


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Echoes~Sentinel: Millington woman to introduce anti-nuclear activist at peace gathering

11/11/2015, Echoes~Sentinel


Security Info Watch: Judge imposes two years of ‘unsupervised supervision’ for nuclear weapons plant protesters

09/16/2015, Frank Munger, Knoxville News-Sentinel


Al Jazeera America: Radical nun Megan Rice resentenced to time served

09/15/2015, The Associated Press


Transformation: I’m out of prison but I’m still not free: the continuing struggles of the Y-12 Three

09/01/2015, Michael Edwards

Three peace activists followed by openDemocracy have been released from jail, but their work against nuclear weapons goes on.


Oak Ridge Today: Three years after break-in, protesters return to Y-12

08/08/2015, John Huotari


Knox News Sentinel: Y-12 protestors reunite for remembrance event

08/07/2015, MJ Slabby


WBIR: Y-12 protesters to be honored for “civil disobedience”

08/03/2015, WBIR Staff

Sister Megan Rice, an 85-year-old nun, and her colleagues, Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed will receive the “Nuclear Free Future Award” from the activist groups Beyond Nuclear and Green Cross International. Each award comes with a $10,000 honorarium.


The Guardian: Sister Megan Rice: the 85-year-old nun with a criminal record remains defiant

07/16/2016 – Rose Hackman

“Rice spent two years in prison for breaking into a high-security nuclear facility in Tennessee as part of a protest but insists the crime being committed in this story is the US government’s, not hers”


Knox News Sentinel: Frank Munger: Plowshares protesters to return to East Tenn. in August

06/26/2015, Frank Munger


Daily Mail: Activist nun, 85, who served two years after vandalizing uranium bunker with anti-nuke messages will not go back to prison on new charges

05/22/2015, Associated Press


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