75 Years After Hiroshima & Nagasaki: Resources on Nuclear Weapons

In remembrance of the 75th anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, below are some resources relative to the bombings, the effects of nuclear weapons development and testing, and the lasting legacy of 75 years of nuclear weapons.

#stillhere: Actions and Events Marking the 75th Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings (hiroshimanagasaki75.org)

Sign the Appeal of the Hibakusha for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

Oregon PSR’s nuclear disarmament webpage

View video of 75 Years Later Is Now: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, & Ending the Nuclear Threat

The Unequal Impacts of Nuclear Weapons factsheet

The Health Impacts of Nuclear Weapons in Oregon factsheet

Victory! Oregon Supports Nuclear Ban Treaty (Oregon PSR)

Nuclear Weapons Policy Recommendations (August 2020, National PSR)

Nuclear Disarmament and Public Health (National PSR)

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)

Don't Bank on the Bomb

The Beginning of Our End”: On 75th Anniversary, Hiroshima Survivor Warns Against Nuclear Weapons (interview with Oregon PSR member Dr. Hideko Tamura Snider on Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman)

How a New Generation Is Carrying on the Legacy of Atomic Bomb Survivors (Anna Purna Kambhampatay, Time Magazine)

Hiroshima and Nagasaki at 75 (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

After 75 Years, Last Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombings Says Nuclear Abolition Still 'Starting Point for Peace' (Lisa Newcomb, Common Dreams)

Daughters of the bomb: My reckoning with Hiroshima, 75 years later (Erika Hayasaki)

After Atomic Bombings, These Photographers Worked Under Mushroom Clouds (Mike Ives, The New York Times)

Hiroshima Survivors Feel Greater Urgency to Bear Witness 75 Years After Atomic Bombing (Mari Yamaguchi, Time)

Hanford Site, or the “Apocalypse Factory,” fueled the Manhattan Project – and environmental disaster in the Northwest (The Oregonian)

Cascadia Film Arts Festival: Living In a Nuclear Landscape

America's Chernobyl (Cited podcast)

In the 75 years since Hiroshima, nuclear testing killed untold thousands (Rick Noak, The Washington Post)

The Marshall Islands are 10 times more radioactive than Chernobyl (Laura Geggel)

The Marshall Islands: A Ground Zero Forgotten (Dan Zack, The Washington Post)

Nuclear Weapons Spending (Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation)

Reflections on Injustice, Racism, and the Bomb (Vincent Intondi)

The disturbing and under-researched legacy of depleted uranium weapons (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

Atomic Veterans (National Association of Atomic Veterans)

Uranium Atlas: Facts and Data About the Raw Material of the Atomic Age (Nuclear Free Future Foundation)