The Clamshell’s German Connection

Here is a Clam story of which I was not aware. This comes from my colleague, Joseph Gerson, at AFSC in Cambridge. Prior to his time at AFSC, Joseph and his wife, Lani, were on the staff of War Resisters International in Brussels.

Joseph writes:

About Lani’s role: She was the principle organizer of the 1975 WRI Triennial Conference which was held in Holland. She encouraged anti-nuke activists from Weil to participate including the showing of a film they had made about their occupation. It was there that Randy Kehler and several other leading young activists in the anti-nuclear power movement first learned about the Weil model, and soon thereafter (and more nonviolently,) it was applied to Seabrook.

As you know, change is made by so many modest and unsung heroines….”