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The No Nukes 2012 Concert and the Role of Musicians in the Anti-Nuclear Movement No Nukes 2012 コンサートと反原発運動における音楽家の役割

@inproceedings{Manabe2012TheNN,
  title={The No Nukes 2012 Concert and the Role of Musicians in the Anti-Nuclear Movement No Nukes 2012 コンサートと反原発運動における音楽家の役割},
  author={Noriko Manabe},
  year={2012}
}
On July 7–8, 2012, a two-day mass rock concert called No Nukes 2012 was held in the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba, near Tokyo. The organizer was Sakamoto Ryuichi, member of the groundbreaking Japanese technopop group Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO) and Academy Award-winning composer. Profits from the concert were donated to Sayonara Genpatsu 1000 Man Nin Akushon (Citizens’ Committee for the 10 Million People’s Petition to say Goodbye to Nuclear Power Plants), an antinuclear group which… 

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