PORTLAND -- Occupy Portland went topless Thursday in downtown Portland to draw attention to its planned Hanford rally in Richland on April 15, Willamette Week reported.
The publication posted a picture on its website showing the back of a shirtless woman wearing a gas mask as she faced a Metropolitan Area Express light rail train.
It also said the bare-chested activists, a group of eight women and three men, had painted multicolored radiation symbols on their bodies.
The Herald was unable to reach Miriam German, who has acted as the spokeswoman for the Hanford rally.
The rally, "Hanford: America's Fukushima," is planned for noon to 5 p.m. in the John Dam Plaza in Richland.