Hanford's Nuclear Legacy - Action Group (LWV-Skagit)

  • 18 May 2021
  • 7:00 PM
  • Virtual

Award-winning author and activist, Trisha Pritikin, has fought over thirty years for justice for the thousands who, like herself and her family, have suffered serious illnesses and death following radiation exposure at Hanford and elsewhere. Hanford produced the plutonium used for the first ever nuclear bomb, Trinity, and on Nagasaki and continued producing it for more than 40 years, leaving an ongoing, deadly legacy behind.

Zoom link will be provided a week prior to the event at www.nomorebombs.org.

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