RISE FOR HENOKO
Documentary and Resources for Action
EMERGENCY - PLEASE SHARE!
SITES CONTAINING THE SACRED REMAINS OF FAMILIES ARE BEING DUG UP, AND THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT IS PLANNING TO FILL OURA BAY/HENOKO WITH THESE BONES OF OUR ANCESTORS. PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION BELOW AND VISIT ACTION STEP #10 ON THIS SITE FOR MORE LINKS TO SPREAD. HELP PROTECT OUR ANCESTORS.
SIGN AND SHARE THE PETITION NOW (日本語/ENGLISH/ESPAÑOL/PORTUGUÊS:)
TAKE ACTION FOR HENOKO
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Action Idea 5: CLICK HERE to Contact Environmental Groups
Action Idea 6: CLICK HERE to Spread on Social Media
Action Idea 7: CLICK HERE to Organize Locally
Action Idea 8: CLICK HERE to Contact the UN
Action Idea 9: CLICK HERE to Spread Education
Action Idea 10: CLICK HERE to Sign and Spread Petition
Henoko is the northeast region of the main island of Okinawa. Okinawa is in the Ryukyu Island chain in the western Pacific.
The Japanese and U.S. government are destroying the ocean in order to make a new U.S. Marine Corps base. The name of this ocean region is Oura Bay. Here, Okinawan people have held continuous sit-ins to block construction trucks for more than 2000 days, led mostly by elderly war survivors fighting to protect the island and ocean.
Oura Bay is one of the most biodiverse ocean regions on the planet. It is home to over 5300 species and 262 endangered species whose habitat will be destroyed with this base construction.