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Posted on Aug 30, 2017 in MASE in the News, Radiation Exposure Compensation Act

What can you do? Join our Campaign!

What can you do? Join our Campaign!

 Dear Colleagues:

Will you join with the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE) as we start a campaign for justice and compensation for the uranium miners at the front end of the nuclear fuel chain? We are advocating to amend the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) to include ALL uranium workers and additional downwind communities that were harmed by the U.S. above-ground nuclear weapons explosion tests.  www.swuraniumimpacts.org

 

What You Can Do

Support

We are asking Organizations to join our campaign. By joining, you show your support and help get the word out to your constituency.

Send an email message to sgordon@swuraniumimpacts.org with:

     Your Name & Title (you should be authorized to list your organization)

     Organization Name

     Organization Address

     Organization Phone

     Organization Website

Organization contact and links will be posted and updated at www.swuraniumimpacts.org

Share

We have an online petition for individuals to send messages to their Congressional Delegation asking for the support to move the RECA Amendments forward.  Please post this on your website and send out to your list serves.

Send

We have pre-addressed postcards to send to Senator Charles Grassley, chair of the Judiciary Committee. The RECA Amendments are assigned to his committee and we are urging him to hold a hearing. Download postcard pdf. We encourage printing on bright yellow card stock. 

https://swuraniumimpacts.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/17-postcard-3-1.pdf

See our Resources

Several documents are available for easy download from the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment including text of the RECA Amendment Bills and 115th Congress Bill Sponsors

https://swuraniumimpacts.org/category/library/radiation-exposure-compensation-act/

Contact for More Information

Susan Gordon, Coordinator, Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment

sgordon@swuraniumimpacts.org   505-577-8438    www.swuraniumimpacts.org

All uranium mine and mill workers and downwind communities deserve compensation for the health and environmental problems caused by uranium mining and the above-ground U.S. nuclear weapons tests.

Click here to download this flier.