SOURCE: The Nation
Tularosa Downwinders: a 75 Year Wait for Justice
Residents of New Mexico's Tularosa basin received no advance warning of the 1945 atomic bomb tests nor of the risks to their health. They've been excluded from relief legislation that has benefitted residents near the Nevada test sites and workers in uranium mines.
SOURCE: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The Untold Story of the World's Biggest Nuclear Bomb
by Alex Wellerstein
Read a detailed account of the moment in the Cold War when the United States and Soviet Union contemplated, then developed and tested, nuclear weapons of horrifying power.
Children's Teeth, Collected Decades Ago, Can Show the Damage of Nuclear Testing
by Lawrence Wittner and Joseph Mangano
The Radiation and Public Health Project will use thousands of baby teeth collected for a discontinued 1960s study of radiation exposure to assess the health toll of nuclear testing.
Latinos Forgotten Victims of US Nuclear Testing
Hispanic and Native residents of New Mexico who were excluded from the first Radiation Exposure Compensation Act are likely to be included in a bill to reauthorize the legislation.
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