Media Advisory – Uranium Workers’ Day Feb 20 at Round House

15.02.13 Media Advisory Uranium Workers’ Day

Former Uranium Workers and Impacted Community Members Descend on Roundhouse to Raise Concerns About the Continuing Negative Health and Environmental Effects from Historic Uranium Mining 

   *  Uranium Workers’ Day at New Mexico Legislature is Friday, February 20th

The Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment will be hosting the Uranium Workers’Day at the New Mexico State Legislature, in Santa Fe, on Friday, February 20th.  Starting at 9:30 am there will be a press conference in the Rotunda with former miners and workers and people from the impacted communities.  Educational displays and information will be available in the East Hall of the Rotunda. Twenty-three organizations have cosponsored the day.

Uranium Workers’ Day Poster


February 20

Round House in Santa Fe

9:30 Press Conference 

Join Us and Raise Awareness 

about the continuing health and environmental impacts 

from uranium mining faced by many New Mexicans

Cosponsors: Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment, McKinley Community Place Matters, Bernalillo County Place Matters, Bluewater Valley Downstream Alliance, Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, Conservation Voters New Mexico, Eastern Navajo Diné Against Uranium Mining, Gallup Solar, Honor Our Pueblo Existence, Interfaith Worker Justice of New Mexico, Laguna Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment, Native American Voters Alliance, New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, New Mexico Environmental Law Center, New Mexico Health Equity Partnership, New Mexico Public Health Association, Nuclear Watch New Mexico, Office of Life, Peace, Justice & Creation Stewardship – Catholic Charities of Gallup, Partnership for Earth Spirituality, Post ’71 Uranium Workers Committee, Red Water Pond Road Community Association, Southwest Indigenous Uranium Forum, Southwest Organizing Project, Tewa Women United

Contact Susan Gordon


UWD Poster

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Human Rights Network Hearings

Red Water Pond Road Community Uranium Spill Commemoration