From The Irradiated International by Lou Cornum, via Data & Society. In 1998, a group of Dene elders from Northwest Canada traveled to Hiroshima to meet with survivors and descendants of survivors of the atomic bomb dropped some fifty years earlier. Some of the uranium used to kill more than 200,000 people in Japan had been minedContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND SIXTY NINE”
The last song of the Kaua‘i ‘Ö‘ö, from Ben Shattuck’s essay in The Rumpus.
Kate Marvel, from We Should Have Never Called It Earth. “To be a climate scientist is to be an active participant in a slow-motion horror story. These are scary tales to tell children around the campfire. We are the perfect, willfully naïve victims: We were warned, and we did it anyway. Dark fairytales, of course,Continue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND FOUR”