"Hanford's Legacy" - Trisha Pritikin leads the fight for victim's rights

See the link below for this video and audio podcast produced by Peace Magazine and Project Save the World on November 25, 2019.

"Trisha Pritikin probably began being exposed to radiation while in utero. She began feeling sick as a teenager and is still partly incapacitated. But she's a lawyer and when the government finally revealed the cause of her illness she became a plaintiff — along with thousands of other downwinders. Now she chairs an organization, CORE Hanford, that fights for the victims' rights."

"Hanford's Legacy" - Trisha Pritikin leads the fight for victim's rights

Also available on Apple Podcasts.


The Simons Foundation has invited Trisha Pritikin to visit Vancouver in March 2020 to hold a public lecture and book launch for her new publication The Hanford Plaintiffs: Voices from the Fight for Atomic Justice (University Press of Kansas, 2020).  Additional information will be posted here next year.