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Activist and organizer Leona Morgan (Diné) is fighting what she calls ‘nuclear colonialism’ with Geiger counters and citizen monitoring of radiation. The co-founder of Diné No Nukes, says the anti-nuclear movement is often driven by older white men. But she is working hard to encourage young Navajos to care about the dangers of uranium. We’ll talk with her about her work, passions and her fight for environmental justice.
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Doug McQuain says
Thank you Leona for reaching all concerned Americans regarding the huge problem we all face. You and other Native American activists are in the vanguard of the push to educate citizens and require our federal officials to take full responsibility for the cleanup necessary to mitigate (or at least ameliorate) the risks to public health and safety!