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NH #527: Trinity A-Bomb Test, Church Rock Uranium Tailings Spill Anniversaries – Still Devastating New Mexico
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NH #527: Trinity A-Bomb Test, Church Rock Uranium Tailings Spill Anniversaries – Still Devastating New Mexico

This Week’s Featured Interviews: Trinity Downwinders advocating for justice: Trinity Downwinder Tina Cordova grew up in her family home in the Tularosa Basin, 40 miles from the explosion of the first atomic bomb on July 16, 1945. A cancer survivor like so many in her community, in 2005, she co-founded the Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium. …

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NH #473: Church Rock Uranium Tailings Pond Breach Disaster in Navajo Nation – 40th Anniversary SPECIAL ENCORE: Elders, Activists Speak Out

Church Rock 40th anniversary commemoration, July 16, 2019 –former Uranium Miner Larry J. King (center) explains the site of the 1979 Church Rock uranium tailings pond breach.  This under-reported radioactive disaster dumped more than 94 million gallons of uranium-contaminated waste water into the adjacent Puerco River.  Now 41 years later, it has yet to be…

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NH #423: Uranium Mining Disaster – Church Rock Uranium Tailings Pond Breach – 40th Anniversary SPECIAL, Pt. 2: Navajo Nation Elders & Activists Speak Out on Cancers, Contamination, Slow-Motion EPA Clean-up

Uranium Miner Larry J. King (center) explains the site of the 1979 Church Rock uranium tailings pond breach that dumped more than 94 million gallons of uranium contaminated waste water into the adjacent Puerco River – a nuclear disaster that, 40 years later, has yet to be cleaned up. Listen Here: [powerpress] This Week’s SPECIAL…

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NH #421: Uranium Mining Disaster SPECIAL Pt. 1: Church Rock at 40, Navajo Nation Devastation Continues – Chris Shuey, Southwest Research and Information Center

Uranium mining disaster site: SRIC’s Chris Shuey on site at Church Rock, explaining the devastation of the 1979 uranium tailings pond spill of 94-million gallons of highly acidic radioactive waste into Puerco River on Navajo Nation land. This Week’s Featured Interview: Chris Shuey is Director of the Uranium Impact Assessment Program for Southwest Research and…

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NH #214: Churchrock & Uranium-Contaminated Native Lands in SW USA w/Leona Morgan

INTERVIEWS: Leona Morgan  of Diné No Nukes is a Diné (“Navajo”) advocate for clean water, focused on protecting her people and the land from new uranium mining and nuclear developments in the Southwest, specifically around Navajo Nation plus lands within the Diné Four Sacred Mountains.  She explains the massive Churchrock uranium spill of 1979 and…

NH #577: “Radiophobia” Radiation Lies:  Prof. Majia Nadesan

NH #577: “Radiophobia” Radiation Lies: Prof. Majia Nadesan

This Week’s Featured Interview: “RADIOPHOBIA???” – Prof. Majia Nadesan rips this nuclear industry propaganda talking point to shreds and shows how it has been used against the people of Japan after Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and now Fukushima. She is a professor at Arizona State University and a researcher on a wide range of interconnected topics including…

NH: #500: Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons becomes Int’l LAW!
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NH: #500: Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons becomes Int’l LAW!

Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons passes into international law as of Friday, January 22, 2021! SPECIAL FEATURE: Nuclear Hotseat at 500!  A look back featuring excerpts from: NOTE:  This is not an all-inclusive rundown of episodes, just a saunter through some moments that have stuck with me from the first 9-1/2 years of Nuclear Hotseat…

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NH #492: Nuclear Racism: Navajo Nation’s Radioactive Legacy – Chris Shu

Nuclear Racism: Navajo Nation’s Radioactive Legacy –Uranium mining disaster site: SRIC’s Chris Shuey on site at Church Rock, explaining the devastation of the 1979 uranium tailings pond spill of 94-million gallons of highly acidic radioactive waste into Puerco River on Navajo Nation land. This Week’s Featured Interview: Nuclear Racism – Chris Shuey is Director of…