Hiroshima Survivors Sue Over “Black Rain” Radioactive Fallout; Demand Aid from Japanese Government for Health Impacts

The only way to “celebrate” the 70 year anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima is to #ELIMINATENUCLEAR

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The first nuclear bomb used in war was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, 70 years ago, on August 6th 1945. An estimated 130,000 to 150,000 died by the end of the year, thus not living long enough to suffer from cancer or other long-term radiation induced illnesses.[1]
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This “black rain” reached ground level as sticky, dark, dangerously radioactive water. It not only stained skin, clothing, and buildings, but also was ingested by breathing and by consumption of contaminated food or water, causing radiation poisoning.

It’s not just the victims of Fukushima whose needs are being largely ignored by the Japanese government. Hiroshima victims still await help. Japan will force Fukushima victims back to highly radioactive areas soon. And, yet, even as Fukushima nuclear reactors continue to pour radiation into the Pacific and belch radiation into the air, Japan is planning to re-open its nuclear reactors, which due to…

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