Ed Liebow, “Nuclear Weapons and Hanford’s Tribal Neighbors”

Thursday, February 22, 2018, 3:00 pm, Davenport Hall Room 109A

As part of its Liebman Engaged Anthropology Speaker Series, the Department of Anthropology will present a lecture by Ed Liebow, Executive Director of the American Anthropological Association, on how the Cold War legacy of nuclear weapons production at the Hanford Site in Washington left nine Pacific Northwest tribal nations searching for answers to questions about environmental contamination, suspicious disease clusters, and untimely deaths. More information is available here.

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