Turning Words Into Action June 6, 2023

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This week, Jasmine Owens from the Physicians for Social Responsibility has the microphone.

In past episodes, we’ve discussed how nuclear frontline communities are often indigenous or comprised mainly of people of color. Jasmine Owens goes beyond these conversations to answer the overarching question: how can the anti-nuclear community become more equitable?

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