Tuesday, February 14, 2012


Tags - Keywords - Related To This Film

Water, Uranium, Radioactive, Spokane River, Sovereignty, Deb Abrahamson, Spokane Tribe, Salmon, Sacred, Grand Coulee Dam, Genocide, Reparations, Creator, Indian, Eel, Blue Creek, Little Falls Dam,

Health, Superfund, SHAWL Society, Midnite Mine, Spokane Indian Reservation, Pollution, Indigenous, Healing, Toxic Waste, Ceremony, Radiation, Sherwood Mine, Chamokane Creek, Uranium Mining, Life, Land, Lake Roosevelt, Culture, Tribal Culture, Air, CELP, Reparations to Indians,

Spokane Tribe of Indians, Healing Ceremony, Radioactive Fish, Radioactive Food, Sierra Club, Upper Columbia River Group, Center for Environmental Law & Policy, Voices for Water, Watershed Hero, Traditional foods, Fish, Contaminated Fish, Radioactive Waste,

Radiation Exposure Compensation Act, EPA, Newmont Mining, Dawn Mining Company, Open Pit, Environmental Protection Agency, Superfund site, CERCLA, RECA, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington Department of Ecology, Department of Health and Human Services, ATSDR, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry,U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of Justice, BLM, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Ford Uranium Mill, Ford Mill, Atomic Energy Act, Uranium Mill Tailings Reclamation and Conservation Act, Northwest Tribes, Wellpinit, Radioactive Wildlife,, Radiation Exposure Compensation Act, Eastern Washington, First Foods, White camas, Lomatium canbyi, Carlotte Corral, Chico Corral, Cold War, Cold War era, storage of atmospheric nuclear weapons tests,

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