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With a poignant representation of New York City as part of a bull’s-eye for terrorists targeting nuclear plants, a new spot for Riverkeepers hopes to bring about the closing of the Indian Point plant in Westchester County, New York.

Avenging Angels, a New York agency that specializes in advocacy advertising, created the 30-second commercial with Alex Weil, director of Charlex in New York.

The spot likens the area around the plant to rings in a bull’s-eye that is a target for terrorism.

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