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"Most of the women had miscarriages [jibun] after the 1954 "Bravo" H-bomb, including myself who gave birth to something that was not like a human being [ejab armij]. Some women gave birth to things resembling grapes and some women even stopped having children, including me."
- Nine Letobo, interviewed on Utrok in 1981
"The habitation of these people on Rongelap affords the opportunity for a most valuable ecological radiation study on human beings. The various radionuclides present on the island can be traced from
the soil through the food and into the human being."
- Dr. Robert A. Conard, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1957
Please visit our new website Marshallese Communities United
Go HERE to watch Rep. Katie Porter [D-CA] chair a Congressional hearing in the U.S. House of Representatives on
the issues of lingering radiation from the "Tomb" dome on Enewetak, and the ongoing legacy of nuclear weapons
testing [10/21/2021]. Click HERE for a U.S. apology in The Diplomat and reprinted in the Marshall Islands Journal PDF]
Marshall Islands Walking Tour of Ebeye Go HERE
National Bokmenwandron Conference - Springdale
Arkansas July 22-25 2021 Go HERE
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