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After the Bomb: A Generational Discussion

AIR DATE: August 6, 2009

The Atomic Testing Museum is hosting a panel discussion Thursday, August 6th, "After the Bomb: A Generational Discussion," that will focus on the ways the passage of time affect our perception of historical events. We talk with Mary Palevsky, Director of the Nevada Test Site Oral History Project and moderator of the panel. We also talk with panel member Clement Hanami, Art Director at the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, whose mother was an atomic bomb survivor.

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