Justice, Power, and Gender in the Radioactive Present
In cases of environmental injustice, impacts of toxins on human health often impact men and women differently due to different social roles and physical locations. This chapter explores these gendered differences in uranium mining, with an emphasis on how Navajo women activists contested and resisted the industry in the 1960s.
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