Living with Uranium Wastes for 50 Years and Four Generations — A Navajo Community’s Perspective

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December 8, 2021 - 9:40pm

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The authors wish to thank RWPRCA members Jacquelyn Bell Jefferson, Anna Benally, Grace and Bradley Henio, Tony Hood, Teracita Keyanna, Larry J. King and Jean Pinto and the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment for their contributions and support. They also thank the UNM Community Environmental Health Program, UNM Native EH Equity Center, and Southwest Research and Information Center for their support to participate in the 10th Metals Toxicity and Carcinogenesis Conference.

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Poster presented at 10th annual Metals Toxicity and Carcinogenesis Conference. RWPRCA members Jacquelyn Bell Jefferson, Anna Benally, Grace and Bradley Henio, Tony Hood, Teracita Keyanna, Larry J. King and Jean Pinto and the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment. UNM Community Environmental Health Program, UNM Native EH Equity Center, and Southwest Research and Information Center.

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New Mexico
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Thomas De Pree, "Living with Uranium Wastes for 50 Years and Four Generations — A Navajo Community’s Perspective", contributed by Thomas De Pree, Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 8 December 2021, accessed 30 June 2022. https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/living-uranium-wastes-50-years-and-four-generations-—-navajo-community’s-perspective