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Traprock Peace Center Radio
"When our government starts saying "Screw you, we aren't going to take care of you," we have a broken contract."
Melissa Sterry, CT National Guard veteran of the Gulf War
 Charles Jenks  Contact Contributor
Gulf War veteran Melissa Sterry was a featured speaker at the DU Media Campaign's conference on 'depleted uranium' in New Paltz, NY on August 20, 2005.
Traprock Peace Center
In 1992 she was stationed with the National Guard in Kuwait, where she cleaned out US military vehicles that had been hit by 'depleted' uranium munitions by US forces. She was intrumental in pushing for the passage of a Connecticut law that requires state advocacy for federal testing and treatment. The law applies to returning Connecticut National Guard members who have reason to believe they were exposed to 'depleted' uranium during their service.

Ms. Sterry was introduced by Joan Walker, an organizer with the DU Media Campaign.

Hear Melissa Sperry's talk - radio airplay is encouraged.

mp3 audio - 39:38 minutes; 13.7 mb; 48 kbps mono.

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