For decades, U.S. nuclear weapons testing has hurt people in the U.S. and on Pacific islands

75 Years Later, Victims of Nuclear Bomb Tests on U.S. Soil Still Seek Justice:

https://truthout.org/articles/75-years-later-victims-of-nuclear-bomb-tests-on-u-s-soil-still-seek-justice/?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=17b6baa2-7daf-41ba-bf24-c9b99a94ac97

 

 

Nuclear testing in Pacific islands Kiribati (UK) and Marshall Islands (US) were racist colonialism:

https://beyondnuclearinternational.org/2020/11/01/losing-paradise/

 

 

Lilly Adams’ website focuses on indigenous and frontline experiences with nuclear dangers:

When I started the Olympia Coalition to Abolish Nuclear Weapons in May 2017, Lilly Adams was working for Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility (www.wpsr) and she performed excellent work in organizing WPSR’s new coalition, Washington Against Nuclear Weapons (www.wanwcoalition.org).  After a while she moved to the East Coast and has been working for the Union of Concerned Scientists (www.ucsusa.org) to help their excellent efforts opposing nuclear weapons.  She has been collecting relevant information about the experiences of indigenous people and other frontline people regarding nuclear weapons.  See information here:  www.nuclear-voices.org 

 

Take Action to Honor Nuclear Weapons Victims and Prevent Further Harm:

The link here urges Congress to immediately halt plans for nuclear weapons testing and extend and expand recognition, compensation, and medical care for those impacted by nuclear weapons activities.  This link came out in August 2020, but we need to keep the pressure on always.  CLICK HERE:  https://secure.ucsusa.org/onlineactions/7I7eYpQ8-k6DQvGIMF4lFg2?ms=TAF