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Understory: Footprints for Peace

Wednesday 20th March / presented by Elizabeth PO’ Adrian Glamorgan

Uranium has two main uses: nuclear war and nuclear energy.

Some people ignore the risks.  Sell it, and don’t ask questions.  Others do ask questions, and as they hear the answers, they start talking.  And in today’s episode, they start walking too.

This week’s program is hearing from the story-rich knowledge of uranium held by activists associated with the anti-nuclear movement in western Australia.

Marcus Atkinson and Kerry-Anne Garlick, Jo Vallentine, and Sarah Vallentine, want to make footprints for peace.  They are planning walks to link up remote communities that would be affected by uranium mining. And there are a lot of stories to tell.

Go to http://walkingforcountry.com/

Also http://www.anawa.org.au/

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