Leaving The Nuclear Age with Clifton Truman Daniel
Heather Wokusch interviews Clifton Truman Daniel on Survivors of Hiroshima and discuss the book, Sadako and the 1,000 Paper Cranes, written by a real little girl who was 2 yrs old when the atomic bomb destroyed Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.Sadako was diagnosed with radiation induced leukemia 9 yrs later. In an effort to live, Sadako followed a Japanese tradition : if you fold 1000 origami paper cranes you will be granted health & long life.Sadako folded around 1500 and died of leukemia Oct 25, 1955.
Incarcerated Japanese Americans in Solidarity with Children Incarcerated in American Detention Camps. "The US has been unwilling to face its culpability in the destruction and exploitation of other countries, or in its racist criminalization and dehumanization of people fleeing violence, poverty...
We travel from Uganda to the Arctic to the High Line in NYC in pursuit of Sustainable Development Goal 15: "Life on land." Explore how biodiversity is connected to climate change, rewilding and famed primatologist Dame Jane Goodall. Created by SDG2030.me, this segment was hosted by Heather Wokusch...
After 58 years operating off the Hudson River in Buchanan, New York, the final nuclear unit at Indian Point Nuclear Energy Center permanently stopped generating electricity on April 30, 2021, when it retired its last operating nuclear reactor, Unit 3, earlier than originally planned.
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