Freudian Slip: Our Nuclear Weapons Complex




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Published on Mar 24, 2012

Freudian Slip: Our Nuclear Weapons Complex is a three-part "wake-up call" for the communities neighboring our nuclear weapons facilities: we must take action to secure site accountability, public safety, and environmental health.

Part 1, Columbia's Troubled Waters, provides new evidence that the Hanford nuclear site -- the most contaminated place in North America -- threatens the Columbia River's fragile ecosystem and the sustainability of the local salmon population.

Part 2, Early Warning: A Radioactive Rio Grande, shows the first evidence of low levels of radioactive waste -- from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico - leaking into the Rio Grande, the main source of water for millions of people.

Part 3, Under a Cloud, presents evidence that the Savannah River Site in South Carolina had a recent, unreported radioactive fallout event. That fallout threatens human and environmental health.


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