Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Anti-nuclear-Rally-in-San-Francisco-27MZIF2VLOU0.htmlConceptually similarAnti-nuclear Rally in San FranciscoGP03P98Completed★★★★Anti-nuclear Rally in San FranciscoGP03P9HCompleted★★★★Anti-nuclear Rally in Washington D.C.GP03PB4Completed★★★★★★Anti-nuclear Flotilla in Connecticut RiverGP03PB0Completed★★★★Anti-nuclear Flotilla in Connecticut RiverGP03PB1Completed★★★★Anti-nuclear Protest in New HampshireGP03PB6Completed★★★★★★Anti-nuclear Protest in New HampshireGP03PBFCompleted★★★★★★Anti-nuclear Protest in New HampshireGP03PB9Completed★★★★★★Anti-nuclear Protest in New HampshireGP03PBCCompleted★★★★View AllGP03HD0Anti-nuclear Rally in San FranciscoAnti-nuclear coalition. Greenpeace worked with the No Nukes coalition across Canada, US, and Europe from 1976-1980, and helped produce this event in San Francisco. Here Daniel Ellsberg (Pentagon Papers) greets Dennis Banks from the American Indian Movement. On the left is Sam Lovejoy who toppled a tower at the proposed Seabrook nuclear site, an act often credited with starting the US No Nukes movement.Locations:California-North America-San Francisco-United States of AmericaDate:1 Jan, 1979Credit:© Greenpeace / Rex WeylerMaximum size:4449px X 3028pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy-OutdoorsShoot:Anti-nuclear Rally in San FranciscoAnti-nuclear coalition in 1979. Greenpeace worked with the No Nukes coalition across Canada, US, and Europe from 1976-1980, and helped produce this event in San Francisco.