As debates over uranium mining continue to influence mining and land policy in the southwest, the history of uranium mining and its impact on Diné people and land becomes even more urgent. In this final concluding note, I consider how the case of uranium mining can help us better understand and theorize our relationships to nuclearism and, more largely, to our increasingly toxic world.
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