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A multimedia oral history project examining landscapes of nuclear weapons testing and anti-nuclear activism in the American Southwest.
A multimedia oral history project examining landscapes of nuclear weapons testing and anti-nuclear activism in the American Southwest.
156 backers pledged $11,700 to help bring this project to life.

New Podcast and more press!

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We are inching closer to 60% and we have 13 days left! Thank you for your support, we couldn't have gone this far without you.  Please continue to share this project with your friends and let them know why this project is important to you.

We just released "How Many Thousands of Years?" the first episode of our Off County podcast exploring a people's history of nuclear weapons testing, manufacturing and storage. Our first episode focuses on the Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium at their biannual protest at the Trinity Site Open House, the site of the world's first nuclear explosion. You can listen for free on Soundcloud or Itunes.

Breaking News! Tonight Eric Stewart and Taylor Dunne will be on LIVE TV!  New Yorkers can tune in for Let Them Talk at 8pm EST on Spectrum (TWC) 56, RCN 83, FIOS 34 and anyone can watch online at www.mnn.org.

Due to popular demand we have added a new reward and reward level. A handmade stereocard, rendering the atomic landscape in 3D, can now be yours for your viewing displeasure. This reward comes with a limited edition silver gelatin print.

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Thank you again for your continued support! Looking forward to seeing you at the finish line!

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