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August 14, 2018

Nuclear Accountability

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Posted: Thursday, June 14, 2018 12:00 am

I recently had the good fortune to go to Washington, DC for the ANA (Alliance for Nuclear Accountability) 30th annual DC Days. This is a network of 30+ local, regional and national organizations whose members live downwind and downstream from U.S. nuclear weapons sites.

The brilliance and dedication of ANA activists is inspiring. The affiliated non-profit organizations work tirelessly with limited budgets and volunteers to obtain $$ to clean up toxic nuclear waste, compensate sick workers, educate and support residents in dangerous contaminated areas, file Freedom of Information Act lawsuits to uphold the public right to know, etc.

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