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Case illustration by American Indian activist John Redhouse about the deaths of Norman and Shirley Begay, who were active in the fight to stop radioactive wastes from being shipped and stored at the controversial White Mesa Hill.
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Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment
nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons testing, environment, non-governmental organizations, United States Department of Energy, tribal governments, environmental cleanup, radioactive fallout, radioactive waste
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Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment and Redhouse, John, "Policy Impacts of Native Citizen Activists" (2005). Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment. 6.