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Oura Bay in Okinawa is home to 262 endangered species, including the very rare Japanese dugong, blue corals, sea turtles, rays, and clownfish.

But their home is under threat. Unless we take action now, the Japanese government is going to destroy the bay and the nearby forests to create new airstrips and helipads for a US military base!

For 20 years, an unlikely group of heroes have stood together to protect Okinawa.

Grandparents in Okinawa have been joined by students, community groups and peace activists from across Japan. Right now, 500 security officers are trying to silence their protest. We know that support from people around the world will strengthen their resolve and keep the forests and the oceans beautiful and pristine.

Send a message to Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, and demand the construction stop now.

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Send a message to Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, and demand the construction stop now.