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Program Information
 A Mountain of Waste 70 Years High: Ending the Nuclear Age 
 Sunday, December 2, 2012
 Unspecified
 Setsuko Thurlow
 Rita Sand  
Setsuko Thurlow was the featured lunchtime speaker at the Sunday session of the nuclear waste conference held at the University of Chicago December 1st and 2nd 2012. Thurlow, who lives in Canada spoke about her experience as a child in the aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing and the continuing legacy of the nuclear trauma the country endured.

NOTE: There are two files. In turning my tape, I missed the last two words of a sentence and the beginning of the next. File one ends with the word problems-- "...problems of survivors. The survivor's sense of outrage..." (missing part) and then File 2 continues with "at twice being treated....."

File 2 contains the Q&A following Thurlow's talk

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00:44:17 English 2012-12-02
 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
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Setsuko Thurlow Part 1  00:19:31  128Kbps mp3
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Setsuko Thurlow Part 2  00:24:46  128Kbps mp3
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