More in Nuclear and Racism
The nuclear industry has been responsible for some of the crudest racism in Australia’s history. This radioactive racism dates from the British bomb tests in the 1950s and it has been evident in more recent debates over nuclear waste.
Cressida Morley spoke with Peter Watts, Co-chair of the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA), about how Australians feel regarding uranium sales to India.
Robert Jacobs On March 1, 1954 a Japanese tuna trawler was at sea in the Marshall Islands. Quite unexpectedly grey ash began to fall like snow and covered the boat and crew. It was not snow; it was radioactive fallout from a nuclear test that had been conducted by the […]