2019-01-10 Inner Peace at Peace House by Elizabeth Hallett http://blogs.esouthernoregon.com/ashland-inner-peace/2019/01/10/inner-peace-at-peace-house-by-elizabeth-hallett/
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2012-09-06 Arms shipment protest, 25 years later • Brian Willson comment: September 9, 2012 at 2:26 There have been several attempts by writers to chronicle this rich history at Concord Naval Weapons Station, including blockades as early as the 1960s. The most recent effort, beginning in the early 1990s, was undertaken by Elizabeth Hallett who lives in Ashland, Oregon. But the book never materialized, at least partially for lack of funds.
It seems an appropriate time to locate a writer who has both the competence, passion, and capacity to take this project on. The 1987-1991 time period was an incredible example of 24 hour, 30 month Occupation encampment of a public site (road right of way) to raise a serious question of public policy, in that case of systematic murder being carried out in Central America. The order to move and operate those trains was a direct and indispensable component of the crimes being committed in our names as US citizens.
To resurrect this history now would seem likely to excite some writer somewhere to thoroughly examine and illustrate this significant memory. https://wagingnonviolence.org/2012/09/arms-shipment-protest-25-years-later/