Virtual Event: Who are the Downwinders and Why Do They Matter

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New Mexico has a long history with the atomic bomb. Join us virtually for an exclusive event featuring author Jeanne Lyet Gassman, as she addresses the long-term consequences of nuclear testing after Trinity.

Don't miss this opportunity to hear the story of the downwinders (people who contracted cancer from exposure to radioactive fallout and radiation) and their ongoing struggle for justice and compensation. Reserve your virtual seat now and be a part of this thought-provoking event that promises to deepen your understanding of one of history's most pivotal moments.

This event is virtual only. It will be held via Zoom, not at the Nuclear Museum.

About the Speaker

Author Jeanne Lyet Gassman

Jeanne Lyet Gassman's first novel, Blood of a Stone (Tuscany Press) received an Independent Publishers Book Award in 2015. Additional honors for Ms. Gassman include grants and fellowships from the New Mexico Writers' Foundation, Ragdale, and the Arizona Commission for the Arts, as well as nominations for a Pushcart Prize and Best Small Fictions. Ms. Gassman's work has appeared in numerous literary magazines and her current novel about a family of downwinders is on submission to publishers.